In an official update from Larian Studios, the game developer behind Baldur's Gate III, players in the early access release of the game got a telling off.
Yesterday at PAX East, Larian Studios gave a gameplay demo. We also got access to their opening cinematic. The mind flayers have rediscovered their flying Astral Plane travelling Nautiloids. These tentacled ships are powerful enough for them to launch an invasion, starting with a kidnapping run on Baldur’s Gate, grabbing people from the streets so they can become hosts to the next generation of mind flayers.…
The fate of Faerûn is on your party's shoulders. Will you carry it to salvation, or descend with it to hell?
Yesterday, in an article about the forthcoming Baldur's Gate 3 computer game and an interview with D&D boss Mike Mearls, Kotaku concluded the core class would see some changes.
The flickering lightning and the dangerous skies over Baldur's Gate feel truly Dungeons & Dragons and yet, also, Cthulhuesq.