Independent Belgian studio Larian in a new publication on the Steam website has shared the first details of the upcoming sixth major patch for her Early Access RPG Baldur’s Gate 3.
As it became known, the upcoming update will require 60 GB of free space and will bring with it another class, as well as the ability to use salami sticks as weapons (including doubles).
The patch will be released soon, and the next infotainment broadcast Panel From Hell will take place even earlier. Visitors to the EGX video game conference in London from October 7-10 will be the first to try out the innovations.
Like past major patches, the sixth – the largest in the history of Baldur’s Gate 3 – will be incompatible with saves from previous builds, but users will have the option to turn off automatic updates.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is in Early Access from October 2020 and leaves until 2022 “Exactly” is not going to. The game is being developed for PC (Steam, GOG) and Google Stadia cloud service.