Larian Studios: DLC for Baldur’s Gate III is ‘not unfeasible’

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Swen Vincke, the CEO of Larian Studios, has said that developing DLC ​​for Baldur’s Gate III is ‘not unfeasible’. There would be several ways in which DLC could be implemented in the game. No extensions have been announced yet.

Vincke made the statement during an interview with Todd Kendrick of Dungeons and Dragons. The man stated that any DLC for Baldur’s Gate III should not necessarily take place at the end of the game. “There are different ways to add DLC, such as adding different environments and other characters,” it said. Vincke also said that you can increase the level cap in the game, but according to the CEO, you will then get a different game.

Despite the fact that Vincke has made these statements about DLC in Baldur’s Gate III, no expansions have been announced. At the beginning of August, the CEO of Larian Studios stated that an expansion of the game based on level limits would make the game too large and complicated. However, he did not rule out an expansion at the time.

Baldur’s Gate III was released on August 3 for PC and September 6 for PlayStation. A version for the most recent Xbox consoles will follow later this year. It is an RPG set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe. The game has been available in Early Access since 2020 and has been very positively received. In addition to the high score on Metacritic, 96 percent of the reviews on Steam are positive. The game was in the top ten most played Steam games ever a week after release, with a peak of over 875,000 concurrent players.

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