According to Sven Vinka, Baldur’s Gate 3 – this is “your personal” Game of Thrones “created for you”

Baldur’s Gate 3 is almost ready, and Larian Studios talks about how the upcoming role -playing game is&D wants to present you a story in style "Game of Thrones", written specifically for you and reacting to you. Before the release of Baldur’s Gate 3, only a few weeks are left, so new and new players will want to find out what exactly Baldur’s Gate 3 plans to offer.

Baldur’s Gate 3 and founder Larian Studios, Swen VinCke, talked about what can be expected from a fantasy game, in a new interview with Polish journalists.

In particular, Winka is asked how he would convince someone to play and spend money on Baldur’s Gate 3, to which he gives a simple answer: "Well, I would say: if you like Dungeons and Dragons, then you will like Baldur’s Gate 3", But then follows a deeper answer that refers to the fantasy series of George R.R. Martina "Song of Ice and Fire".

We did a great job to do the rules [D&D] available, we did a lot of work to make sure that your decisions, your personality, who are you, what you are doing – all this is reflected in the plot. The game scenario adapts to you as the game passes, and you will perceive it as if your own is written for you "Game of Thrones". Depending on what you are doing in the framework of the rules. Honestly, I do not think that such games were earlier – where are the systems, multiplayer, narrative and scene are combined into a single whole. Something like a cocktail of several ingredients, having a sip of a sip of which, you understand – everything is combined here.

With so many companions, races, caption capabilities and weapons Baldur’s Gate 3, it may seem to someone a frightening prospect of plunging into the game – but Vinka clearly wants such people to know that everything will be fine; Larian took care of this.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is a large -scale role -playing game with the creators of the Divinity series: Original Sin. Larian announced the postponement of the release date of the version for the PC for a month in advance, from August 31 to August 3 to avoid a collision with Bethesda Starfield in early September. The version for PlayStation 5, meanwhile, is slightly delayed until September 6, and the versions for Xbox Series X and S are left without the release date (more about the delay of Baldur’s Gate 3 on Xbox here).

In an interview, Winka said that, according to the developers, the standard passage of Baldur’s Gate 3 takes from 75 to 100 hours. However, players who want "to do everything", should count on doubling this figure.