During the digital festival Guerrilla Collective Studio Larian introduced a new interesting trailer of the gameplay of the future Baldur’s Gate III. The developers plan to release the game in early access in August, but with a caveat.
In a press release, the Studio said: ” COVID -19 influenced the Larian team, which employs a lot of people around the world. However, the transition to working at home, fortunately, was successful, which allowed Larian to continue work on the project and move to the beginning of the early access period, which begins (maybe!) by August. In the future we will share more information about the specific materials that will go into early access, but the team is going to work directly with community feedback and develop the game during early access”.
The developers are working on Baldur’s Gate III for almost four years, although the project was announced a year ago. The game takes place 100 years after the events of Baldur’s Gate II. After the demonstration at PAX, the team has revised the narrative, the impact player choice has become much more serious, made visual enhancements, refined combat system, continues to evolve the user interface.
In the Studio, Larian working professionals who worked on the series Divinity: Original Sin, which refers to a deep rich RPG focused on player choice and including complex combat situation. This allows us to hope that Baldur’s Gate III is in good hands, and is presented in the trailer are excerpts of the early assemblies provide an opportunity to get acquainted with the expected role-playing game. Although the video is short and designed for cinematic moments. The Studio promises that the June 18, 2020, the official translation of D&D Live 2020: Roll w/ Advantage will share details about the game.