The early access of Baldur’s Gate 3 was supposed to launch on September 30. Well, it seems that the developers need some more time to make the game ready before launching it. Larian Studios, yesterday announced that the early access of Baldur’s Gate 3 has been pushed further to October 6. So, now the early access has been pushed further by one week.
The studio said that they need to fix some last-minute stability and localization issues. They will be fixing some smaller bugs and will add a few things to polish the final game. The studio said that these are required to provide the best gameplay experience with lesser crashes as possible.
Here’s the Tweet:
We have bad news, and good news. But first, the bad news! We're delaying to October 6, by a week. We'll be back later today with the romance & companionship update to pick you all up again. pic.twitter.com/j2NOEk4jAi
— Baldur's Late (@larianstudios) September 23, 2020
According to Larian, they will need just a week to give the final touch that is required for the game. However, they warned that the game has not been run through its World Tester tool. This process is currently under progress and the results seem to be good rather than perfect. Well, this suggests that the studio will require an even longer time to bring all the necessary elements that are required for the game.
Well, the studio seems to be positive about the game. However, for now, the early access of Baldur’s Gate 3 will be launching on October 6.
The early access of Baldur’s Gate3 will be released on October 6. The game will be available on the Stadia, Steam and GOG.
The price of the early access of Baldur’s Gate3 will be $60. Therefore, making it the most expensive PC game despite not being finished.
Baldur’s Gate 3 will be playable on the PC and Google Stadia. The early access will be available via Stadia, Steam and GOG.