Baldur’s Gate 3 Developer Has Sneaky Response To Alleged Return Of Playable Gnomes

Larian Studios, the developer behind Baldur’s Gate 3, is responding to rumors of gnomes being a playable race after CEO Swen Vincke let it slip.

Larian Studios had a puny response to a rumor that a new playable race would be added to Baldur’s Gate 3.

The developer has all but confirmed via social media remarks that the gnomes are joining Baldur’s Gate 3 as a playable option. Rumors have been buzzing after a slip from Larian Studios CEO Swen Vincke at this year’s Game Developers Conference. With the CEO accidentally announcing that they would one day add this new race, what else could Larian Studios say but “Gnome commentary”.

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The slip-up happened during a discussion of the challenges of incorporating the different shapes and sizes of fantasy races. Vincke said: “This game supports a whole bunch of player races, doesn’t it? And I’m going to give you some examples of the issues we have to deal with. can play as a gnome .. ..” While this seems innocuous enough, gnomes aren’t a playable option in the current version of the game, so that can only mean that Vincke has let a secret slip out. He quickly realized his mistake and added, “The gnomes aren’t in there, so that’s your scoop today.”

The adorable little people with magical inclinations will apparently join Baldur’s Gate 3. While no additional information about their in-game abilities or available sub-races has been leaked, it’s enough to inspire players to start imagining their dream gnome character. As for when these handymen will grace the public with their presence, no one is sure. The game is still in early access, and it’s unclear whether gnomes will be added before or after the game’s official release.

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Since its soft launch in October 2020, Larian Studios has been working on the project in preparation for its official slated release in 2023. From releasing character classes to weirdly meaty weapons, the developer is adding plenty for early gamers to explore. . and enjoy.

Based on the game Dungeons & Dragons and set in the fantasy world of Faerûn, player characters enter the world as captives of the brain-eating psychic flayers. They will be forced to form alliances with powerful companions and seek a way to stop the growth of the mind flayer parasites that have been implanted within them. The quest to be free takes the player through Faerûn, including the titular metropolis, Baldur’s Gate.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is in early access and available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, and Stadia. It is expected to be completed and published in 2023.

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