With simply two days left till the Baldur’s Gate 3 hammer lastly falls, Larian Studios is recommending that anybody with the early entry model ditch it fully to keep away from any potential launch-day complications.

“For Baldur’s Gate 3 gamers with current Early Entry saves, we ask that previous to August 3, launch the game, and delete all save information to keep away from unintended conflicts at launch,” Larian tweeted. “Additionally, take away any mods and guarantee they don’t mechanically re-download.

“We advocate gamers with Early Entry put in uninstall the game after deleting their save information. This may cut back the danger of file conflicts when the ultimate game downloads, and may imply extra taking part in, and no troubleshooting!”

Uninstalling the early entry model of Baldur’s Gate 3 instantly previous to launch may appear somewhat counter-intuitive, however Larian has made it clear that there is not any profit to holding it round when the total launch exhibits up. Saved video games will not be transferable, and Larian boss Swen Vincke not too long ago stated the 1.0 launch of the game is “going to be a full reinstall” anyway.

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The studio stated {that a} “full guide” to what gamers can count on within the closing lead-up to launch can be posted on August 2, the day earlier than Baldur’s Gate 3 lastly lands with full power. One factor we already know is that Baldur’s Gate 3 is large, clocking in at round 122GB, and sadly there is not any preload interval: Each comes off the beginning line on the identical Baldur’s Gate 3 launch time at 8 am PT/11 am ET on August 3.