Larian Studios has released a gameplay teaser trailer for Baldur’s Gate 3. This new teaser trailer showcases some of the game’s environment and characters, as well as the combat mechanics. It also features some magic spells, something that may interest some of you.
Moreover, Larian Studios revealed that it will share more details about Baldr’s Gate 3 next month. During the Guerrilla Collective Showcase, the team may also unveil the game’s proper gameplay trailer.
We know you've all been waiting, so let's get ready to tell some stories together. Baldur's Gate 3 news will be dropping throughout the month of June, starting June 6 on the #GuerrillaCollective Showcase. What does it all mean? Let's find out. pic.twitter.com/ICoj4DHs8u
— Baldur's Gate 3 (@baldursgate3) May 29, 2020
Baldur’s Gate 3 will be using the new Divinity 4.0 engine. Players will venture through the Forgotten Realms of Dungeons & Dragons in Larian’s biggest adventure yet. Players will also choose from a wide selection of D&D races and classes or play as an origin character with a hand-crafted background. Additionally, players will adventure, loot, battle and romance as they journey through the Forgotten Realms and beyond.
From what we know so far, Baldur’s Gate 3 won’t be open-world. Instead, the game will have huge regions that you will travel between acts. Furthermore, the game promises to touch upon the story of Baldur’s Gate 1 & 2 in meaningful ways.
Stay tuned for more!
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