Baldur’s Gate III Patch #4 Now Live

Patch #4 for Larian Studios’ Baldur’s Gate III, released today, brings with it more than 1,000 fixes, tweaks, and changes.

This patch brings with it a setting for color-blind people, along with visual customization of hirelings upon recruitment. The development team has also included a setting in the Accessibility tab that gives players the choice between protanopia, deuteranopia, or tritanopia.

For those who’d like to catch up on the nitty-gritty, be sure to read the complete patch notes on the official Steam page.

New to the world of Baldur’s Gate III? Based on the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition rules, this title has players creating a character from one of 12 different classes, further broken down into 46 subclasses.

Once players create their party, they’ll explore an open world Forgotten Realms as they take part in turn-based combat and take on quests. Players will also be able to team up with others online.

See it for yourself with the launch trailer for Baldur’s Gate III below:

Baldur’s Gate 3: Launch Trailer

Still want to learn more? Be sure to read our review from earlier this year. We dubbed it “the RPG of the generation,” saying that “the story is incredible, the world gorgeous and immersive, voice-over and writing of the highest quality, an amazing soundtrack…comes together in near perfect harmony.”

Source: Press Release
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