Baldur’s Gate 3 Update Adds Sorcerer Class & New Region

Baldur's Gate 3 Update Adds Sorcerer Class & New Region

Patch 6 for Baldur’s Gate 3 has been released, bringing new content such as a new region and the Sorcerer class.

Patch 6 for Baldur’s Gate 3 is now available, bringing with it a slew of new features such as the Sorcerer class and the Grymforge region. Baldur’s Gate 3 Patch 5 was the last major update for the early access role-playing game, arriving in July. It reworked the camping system, added dialogue to sections with no cutscenes, and improved character background settings, among other things.

Baldur’s Gate 3 takes place over a hundred years after the events of its predecessor, Baldur’s Gate II: Shadow of Amn, which was released in 2000. Surprisingly, the new Baldur’s Gate doesn’t exactly follow in the footsteps of the original sequel. For one thing, the gameplay in this game is more similar to that of developer Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin, thanks to its turn-based combat mechanics. In October 2020, Larian released an early access version of the new Baldur’s Gate game, with a full release slated for 2022 at the earliest. Users can expect the studio to continue releasing large amounts of content until then.

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Patch 6 is the most recent update for Baldur’s Gate 3, and it includes a slew of new features, improvements, and content. Users can look forward to exploring Grymforge, a new region with new storey opportunities, enemies, quests, and extra characters that have never been seen before. Patch 6 also introduces the playable Sorcerer class, which introduces Metamagic and new spells. Each Sorcerer’s “signature ability,” Metamagic, allows players to strengthen spells in the middle of a battle by extending their range or duration, for example. In addition, the Sorcerer class has two distinct subclasses: Wild Magic, which embraces chaos, and Draconic Bloodline, which has dragon ancestry. Patch 6 also includes a “huge graphical upgrade,” as evidenced by the addition of volumetric lighting, new colour grading, and new particle effects in today’s release.

Larian Studios shows no signs of slowing down its incredible expansion of the already robust offering, even in the early access phase of Baldur’s Gate 3. And, given that the title has yet to receive a firm release date, the content updates are likely to continue to impress for some time to come.

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Larian Studios, founded in the mid-1990s, made its big break with the release of Divine Divinity in 2002, a top-down action RPG that spawned several sequels, including Divinity: Original Sin and Original Original Sin Sin II. Larian has made a name for itself as a provider of innovative role-playing games.

Early access to Baldur’s Gate 3 is now available on Google Stadia and PC.

Source: Steam