Wednesday, October 4

The game-breaking bug in Baldur’s Gate 3 is fixed due to the overwhelming amount of information available.

Larian has introduced a new hotfix for Baldur’s Gate 3, which fixes recurring game-breaking bugs that corrupt player saves.

The bug in question only affected a small number of players, including Eurogamer’s reviewer, which has had an impact on our Baldur’S Gate 3 review.

The bug was caused by a lack of save file handling in the game due to various factors.

Gate 3: A Guide for Multiclassing and Basic Learning, Part 1 (beginners) Baldur.

Larian’s Hotfix 2.1 notes that the personal “story” databases have become too large due to the high number of things you are all doing during your travels.

Fortunately, the database files have been expanded to an infinite size, which is equivalent to the storage capacity.

Additionally, Larian has re-entered cross-saves for the PlayStation 5 version of the game’s launch.

After being released on PC last week, Baldur’s latest installment, Gate 3, has already achieved impressive sales on Steam and is set to be launched on PS5 in the coming month.

The developer has acknowledged that the rules of D&D will pose obstacles to expanding the game, despite its popularity.

The company is working to credit its localisation team, as they were deprived of their role in the game credits.

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