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“Surprisingly organized, knowing us”: Resellers wanted to make money on the disc edition of Baldur’s Gate 3, but Larian thought of everything

The expanded retail edition of Baldur’s Gate 3, unveiled last week, has caught the attention of not only potential buyers, but also resellers. The developers at Larian Studios foresaw this.

    Image source: Steam (gumaksov)

Image source: Steam (gumaksov)

We would like to remind you that the retail version of Baldur’s Gate 3 includes, in addition to the game on physical media (not counting PC), a soundtrack, a world map, a poster, patches, stickers and a number of digital bonuses – all in all, an exclusive box.

Larian priced the set at $80, and resellers became active after pre-orders began Ready to go with your copy for $200-$300. For comparison, the disc-less Collector’s Edition of the game cost $250.

    Image source: eBay

Image source: eBay

The head of Larian’s publishing department, Michael Douse, drew attention to the situation: reassuringthat the new retail edition of Baldur’s Gate 3 is not limited and no shortage of copies is expected.

According to Daus, the release will appear in the first quarter of 2024 allowed Larian increases stock within the first batch without jeopardizing the shipping date: “Surprisingly organized, as people know us”.

    Image source: Larian Studios

Image source: Larian Studios

The Xbox version of Baldur’s Gate 3 is on three discs, the PlayStation version on two, while the DVD for PC only contains a unique installer (the game itself comes as a code for Steam).

Baldur’s Gate 3 is available now for PC and macOS via Steam and GOG, as well as for PS5. The release on the Xbox Series

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