Baldur's Gate 3 Summary
According to Larian Studios, the company had to shutter the development of Divinity: Fallen Heroes, though they assure us that Baldur's Gate 3 isn't in any danger of getting canceled.
Larian Studios, best known for the Divinity series of roleplaying games, has released their first Baldur's Gate 3 developer diary. The video tells the story of how the developer was able to get the Baldur's Gate videogame license from Dungeons & Dragons publisher Wizards of the Coast, sort of. It also teases the main storyline of the game: ceremorphosis.
If you, too, are excited about the fact that Larian themselves are making Baldur's Gate 3, you're definitely going to want to read everything we know about the upcoming RPG so far.
As it turns out, Larian Studios might be taking on the legendary RPG series now!
Beamdog, the developer working on Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition and its sequel, are hoping to generate enough interest in the classic Dungeons & Dragons-licensed roleplaying game to fund Baldur's Gate 3.
BeamDog dev Cameron Tofer declared, "Baldur's Gate 3 has been our long term goal," the added, "We have a lot of things to put in place before such a project can be launched. So currently there is no such project but that's the one we want to do. Our thoughts have been that Enhanced Edition for BG 1 and 2 just make sense before there's any Baldur's Gate 3."