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Baldur's Gate 3 Dev Larian is working on additional evil endings, and 'they're really evil'

Baldur's Gate 3 Dev Larian is working on additional evil endings, and 'they're really evil'

Larian Studios May not work on the full Baldur's Gate 3 DLCBut at least there are more evil endings on the way — and “they're really evil,” says founder Soen Finke.

In an interview with IGN, Vincke teased additional endings to the campaign, saying that although players “will not see massive content changes,” the team is committed to delivering on the fan feedback they have received since launch. That includes some love for Baldur's Gate 3's more evil players.

“So they're working on the evil endings now,” he said. “I've seen some of them. They're really evil. So the evil players will be satisfied with that.”

Baldur's Gate 3 fans will soon get more satisfaction from being villains.

Baldur's Gate 3 allows players to be the Dungeons & Dragons character they've always dreamed of being – even if it means being a bad guy. Evil deeds range from comedically kicking squirrels and tackling NPCs to the creative killing – and even torture – of some of the characters you can find throughout the story. Larian has even included a Dark Urge wallpaper for those who enjoy adding a little spontaneous evil spice to some encounters. However, the evil endings in particular are something fans have wanted to flesh out since its launch. Now that we know they're on the way, the villains can finally look forward to more satisfying narrative conclusions.

Support for evil endings should please some of Baldur's Gate 3's nastiest players, though Vincke says updates will be less significant after previously promised features are released. Larian will eventually “shrink in size,” he says, adding: “It will just be bug support, because we want the team to work on new things.”

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Baldur's Gate 3 has continued to sweep the award shows since its full launch last year, but victory laps can only last so long before Larian finally closes the D&D chapter. To help make the transition a little easier for fans, the studio has another promising update on the horizon: coordinated cross-platform tweaks.

So they're working on the evil endings now. I've seen some of them. They are truly evil

“So we're working with Wizards, Sony, Microsoft…there's a lot of partners to coordinate,” Vincke told us, “but we're trying to get the mods coordinated across platforms out there so that people on console can enjoy the mods that are made for PC as well. So I think That's going to be a big thing, because there are a lot of mods out there already, so we won't be able to support everything, but we should be able to support quite a few.

Even as Larian moves toward a new future, Finke is confident in the bold new direction. in Topic X/TwitterThe founder sympathized with those who were upset to hear about this developer No major expansions or Baldur's Gate 4 will be made. However, he says the studio's achievements have paved the way for a promising future. It's unclear when the Baldur's Gate 3 updates will roll out or the order in which players can expect to receive the changes, but fans at least have evil endings and more mod support to look forward to.

“The team has grown a lot during Bg3 and I think you can be very excited about what this growth means for our next game,” he said.

Whether your character is good or evil, Larian's RPG masterpiece is truly packed with stories to discover. It's actually packed with content, which makes it special More than three times the number of words in the Lord of the Rings books. For more on Baldur's Gate 3, be sure to check out An early version of Astarion that was traded in High Elf ears for Tiefling horns. If you're still hungry for more, you should check out our site Review 10/10.

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Michael Cribb is an independent IGN contributor. He began writing for the industry in 2017 and is best known for his work at outlets such as The Pitch, The Escapist, OnlySP, and Gameranx.

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