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Baldur's Gate 3's Larian Hopes RPG Developers 'Open Doors' Like He Did

Baldur's Gate 3 κέρδισε έξι βραβεία, συμπεριλαμβανομένου του Game of the Year, στα φετινά The Game Awards. Το RPGs also exploded onto the scene after an early access period, with player numbers still in the hundreds of thousands on Steam alone. It's not an issue if the DnD game will have an impact on the game industry and it we see in the future, it's a matter never. Some of the Larian team know this too, as they hope their work encourages publishers to take more risks.

The success of Baldur's Gate 3 is incredibly well-deserved, and while all eyes are on Larian to see what kind of RPG game he makes next, I'm more excited to see what the game's dramatic success will do for the industry landscape as a whole. Larian also seems to be of the same mind, as in a new interview the team looks forward to what BG3 means to the wider gaming landscape.

"I want to see people go off on all kinds of weird tangents, trying to figure out how to make this better," the lead systems designer tells GQ Pechenin.

"I hope it opens doors," adds director Adam Smith GQ interview. “If you look at the indie space, RPGs never went away. People can go to a publisher and say, “Well, look what the fuck he did to them.”

We will see an overabundance and games like these in the coming years? Undoubtedly. Will they all understand what made Baldur's Gate 3 successful in the first place? That, I'm not so sure about.

Since the upcoming Baldur's Gate 3 DLC will seemingly have Larian in mind, we may not be done with some of our favorite characters.

If you're jumping into The Sword Coast and want some help, we've got you covered with the best Baldur's Gate 3 categories and Baldur's Gate 3 builds, both of which can completely change the way you play the game.


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