Baldur’s Gate 3 will allow players to redesign their characters and create “multi-classes” to “avoid having to restart the entire game.”
This is because, according to Larian’s Nick Pechenin, in a recent livestream, players will not only encounter characters who “can reset their classes and reinvest all their levels”, but also have “really cool” multiclass combinations. I admit that I can also explore. .
“We didn’t want the player to have to redo the whole game, because it’s a very heavy narrative experience,” said Pechenin (thanks, PC gamer). “There are characters you might meet – you will likely meet – that allow you to reset your class and reinvest every level.”
What about those “multi-classes”?
“There are a lot of really cool combinations in multiclassing, but there are also some combinations that just don’t quite work. We want players to really try everything possible,” Peshnin added. rice field. “And respect really helps with that.”
Baldur’s Gate 3 launches on August 3 for PC and September 6 for PlayStation 5, but due to an issue getting split-screen co-op to work well on Xbox Series S, the Xbox version will be released. takes some time.
Actor Maggie Robertson, who played the iconic Lady Dimitrescu in Resident Evil Village, He’s set to play another memorable villain, this time in Baldur’s Gate 3?
Bertie will be sharing more in-depth thoughts on what he played at the BG3 event (including the PS5 version) next week, Larian’s boss, Mr. Swen Vinke’s interview is also posted.For now, make sure to catch me Full text of Larian Panel from Hell See the latest release status of the game.
https://www.eurogamer.net/yes-you-can-respec-your-character-in-baldurs-gate-3 Yes, Baldur’s Gate 3 lets you reassess your character