Larian still has some Baldur's Gate 3 updates in store

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Larian studio head Swen Vincke said there won’t be Baldur’s Gate 3 DLC after all, but the team still has some big BG3 updates in store. Just don’t expect anything too new and flashy.

Vincke clarified Larian’s plans for Baldur’s Gate 3 in a few posts on Twitter, where he reaffirmed the belief that moving on to something new is best for everyone at the studio.

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“Counter expectations but I’ve never been more sure about a strategy shift,” Vincke said. “This is the right thing for Larian. It’s not easy for us to say goodbye to [BG3’s characters] but we also knew from the get go we’d have to one day. We learnt a lot from creating them and I’m very eager to see those lessons applied to new characters.”

Vincke finished by saying there’s still more to come for Baldur’s Gate 3, including more support and bug fixes and some new cinematic endings for certain characters and scenarios. He didn’t clarify which endings might get spruced up with fresh cinematics, though.

We know some of the support updates planned include cross-platform mod support. Head of publishing Michael Douse briefly teased the plans earlier in 2024, and yes, cross-platform does mean console as well. Larian worked on something similar for Divinity Original Sin 2, where they gifted players “bundles” that included some of the game’s most popular mods.

There’s no timeline for any of these features or other BG3 updates just yet, though.

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