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Baldur’s Gate 3 remains to be in early entry, which suggests it’s continuous getting new content material. The Barbarian class was revealed in February, and the Gnome race will likely be playable sooner or later too. Meanwhile, developer Larian Studios is pushing small patches and hotfixes pretty often.
The most up-to-date of those fixes a reasonably large drawback. Sneaking round and full-on trespassing are legitimate ways in a Dungeons & Dragons-based game, however it’s no enjoyable if NPCs magically know that you simply did it. “Omniscience is neat, but not if it leads to bloodshed,” because the hotfix notes say on Steam. That was occurring within the game’s Druid Grove space — NPCs would go hostile as a result of they by some means knew of your previous transgressions. That’s been mounted, together with plenty of crashes. You can see the total patch notes on the backside of this text.
As for the total game, Baldur’s Gate 3 at present has no set launch date. The crew is at present focusing on a PC launch for someday in 2023. Current-gen console variations are up within the air, however we already know that PlayStation 4 and Xbox One variations aren’t occurring.
Hotfix #23 Patch Notes
- Fixed a crash associated to the flip order in fight after a personality has died.
- Fixed a crash that might happen once you cancelled your spellcasting animation instantly after triggering it.
- Fixed a crash that might happen when loading a save game whereas the game was experiencing low FPS.
- Fixed a crash that might happen when a summoned Familiar that was holding Concentration was killed.
- Fixed a crash associated to Hook Horror and Bulette fight conditions.
- The NPCs at Camp and within the Druid Grove space now not change into hostile in case you have trespassed in one other space such because the Zhent Hideout. This repair additionally applies to older save video games.
- The Command: Halt spell now not has placeholder VFX across the affected character’s head.