Larian Studios: Standard Baldur’s Gate 3 will take from 75 to 100 hours
You are wondering if you will have time to go through Baldur’s Gate 3 before Starfield exit? Keep in mind: according to Larian developers, one passage occupies an average of 75 to 100 hours.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is a large -scale role -playing game with the creators of the Divinity series: Original Sin. Larian announced the postponement of the release date of the version for the PC for a month in advance, from August 31 to August 3 to avoid a collision with Bethesda Starfield in early September. The version for PlayStation 5, meanwhile, is slightly delayed until September 6, and the versions for Xbox Series X and S are left without the release date (more about the delay of Baldur’s Gate 3 on Xbox here).
In an interview with the IGN boss Larian, Sven Vink said that, according to the developers, the standard passage of Baldur’s Gate 3 takes from 75 to 100 hours. However, players who want "to do everything", Dear this figure should be expected.
From 75 to 100 hours – this is what we see. This does not mean "to do everything", it’s just the game. There will be people who exceed this indicator, those who want to go through everything. I think they will most likely get 200 hours. On average, we see that people who go through the game go from 75 to 100 hours.
Vinka noted, however, that Larian expects to see various games of the game after the release of Baldur’s Gate 3. For example, those who play a multi -user game may take more than a year to finish the game, as they organize regular sessions with friends.
There are several ways to play it, right? We saw this in Divinity: Original Sin 2, and here everything will be different. People who are going to play multiplayer will play a year and a half. They will arrange their regular sessions, where they will play, as in D&D.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is divided into separate parts with large transitions that move players from chapter to chapter, as in the original Baldur’s Gate. These transitions provide natural moments of stopping and start for players who may want to relax from Baldur’s Gate 3 in favor of another game.
"There will be moments when you can say: "You know what? I’ll stop here and try something else", And then I’ll take the game again. It is large enough", – Said Vinka.
Vinka believes that even after the completion of the game, players can feel the need for repeated passage due to the very nature of Baldur’s Gate 3.
It has a huge potential of reiglabia, because there are so many ways to do something. I think people will often replay. We have a crazy number of classes, subclasses, races,. This is not a small game that you will pass in a month. You will play it in pieces and parts. Maybe you will play with a friend in a multi -user game – we have a multi -user game with release. There are so many ways to play it. We also saw Divinity: Original Sin 2, people played it for years. DOS2 still plays quite a lot of people who still discover new things that are there. This game is much larger, it has much larger layers of depth. I don’t think you will finish in a month, this is what I want to say.