Baldur’s Gate 3: Recently, a Larian Studios employee revealed that Baldur’s Gate 3 may have up to 17,000 different endings, adding to the replayability of this game.
Baldur’s Gate revealed with 17,000 different endings
Baldur’s Gate Currently being considered as one of the most epic classic role-playing games, maintained for quite a long time with adventures leading to 17,000 different endings.
As far as MGN.vn knows, Baldur’s Gate 3 is expected more when it is considered the best CRPG game of all time and of course the developer also seems to be trying to reach that threshold.
There’s a lot of content in fact Larian estimates it can take 18 plays of Baldur’s Gate 3 to experience everything the title has to offer a character.
Meanwhile, some other developers really complain that BG3 is setting an unfair standard for RPG studios that may not have the budget, lengthy development time, or large team like Larian .
However, most gamers recognize that BG3’s 174h cutscenes are the exception rather than the rule and are not expected in most other RPGs in the future.
Given the impressive 17,000 endings that will take place in Baldur’s Gate, a writer has spent 6 months working mainly on the game’s epilogue and Fextralife has mined out more information on this.
Accordingly, this writer claims there are about 17,000 endings for the game and this does not mean that there will be thousands of completely different endings, but variations take into account the many different choices that the player has made. performed during their Baldur’s Gate 3 playthrough.
As for the main, overarching endings of the story in Baldur’s Gate 3, the writer does not give a specific number because it is already a number that is not easily quantifiable like the 6 endings of Elden Ring or the 5 endings of the Elden Ring. Cyberpunk 2077.
It’s also unclear what impact these 17,000 endings will have on what’s seen at the end of the game.
Baldur’s Gate: Are Larian Studios too ambitious?
Although Larian Studios is being too ‘ambitious’ with its upcoming game like some developers say, Baldur’s Gate 3 can really raise the bar for other role-playing games like: Dragon Age: Dragon Age : Dreadwolf or Mass Effect 4…
Baldur’s Gate 3 is setting expectations that can give gamers and publishers a better view to have more expectations for the appearance of more epic RPGs in the near future. Even if it takes a while for the opponents to come out on top.