Players who want to try the first 25 hours of the game will have to pay 59.99 euros
After months of waiting and a delay in its release date, Baldur’s Gate 3 will debut later this month in the form of Early Access. Fans of the classic role have reason to be excited, but many of them were concerned about various details such as the starting price or the content that will be included.
Faced with this uncertainty, Michael Douse, the communication manager at Larian Studio, has dispelled all users’ doubts on these issues, although his statements may not be to everyone’s liking. According to Michael Douse, players must pay the full price of Baldur’s Gate 3 in order to access Early Access, that is, they must pay € 59.99.
Anticipating the reaction of many, Douse stated that ” do not feel pressured to buy the game during Early Access, as neither Larian Studios nor Baldur’s Gate 3 is going away .” Regarding the content that will be offered in this version, it has been confirmed that there will be about 25 hours of play available.
Additionally, Early Access will feature some exclusive voting-related features on Twitch, which will be discussed later.
Baldur’s Gate 3 will launch for both PC and Google Stadia, first in Early Access on September 30, and at a date yet to be defined as a full game.
As for the possibility of developing versions for consoles, Larian Studios wants to focus solely on finalizing development for PC and Stadia but has not ruled out the possibility of reaching more platforms.
So far everything we know at the bit about the Baldur’s Gate 3. We will update this article as new details become known so if you want to stay up to date on gaming news, stay tuned and keep reading “ Nintendo inquirer”.