At the New York Fair (an event for investors) Hasbro announced that Baldur’s Gate 3 will be released in early access somewhere near the end of 2020. It will come alongside Dark Alliance, and five other Dungeons and Dragons RPGs that they’re currently working on. This, of course, contradicts the news that Baldur's Gate 3 would launch on Stadia sometime before the end of the year unless, of course, it launches in Early Access there as well.
Their plan for all of these games is pretty simple - one will be released every year until 2025. As the parent company for Wizards of the Coast, the one’s who licensed the D&D series for the third time to Lairan Studios, only shows the level of trust that the company puts on their team.
Besides that, Wizards of the Coast are focusing on a new team, a new studio called “Archetype Entertainment.” In the team, there are many familiar names from the Bioware Austin. We don’t know...
Stadia’s latest Community Blog update didn’t bring anything of real
interest at first look. It listed five more new games coming to the system over
the next six months (through summer 2020,) but none of them are groundbreaking by
any means. But, deeper down in the post, hidden away among names like Orcs Must
Die! 3 and Doom Eternal – games coming sometime this year – there hides the
name Baldur’s Gate 3, a game that was announced just announced in June 2019 and
wasn’t expected to arrive for some time.
So far, Baldur’s Gate 3 doesn’t have anything close to a
release date. Steam lists the game as TBA and, considering the fact that it’s
Larian Studios most high-profile game thus far – Divinity: Original Sin 2 aside
– you wouldn’t expect a game like this to be rushed. Yet, it’s still coming to
Stadia sometime this year? Something sounds fishy. Or does it?
decided to reach out to Larian Studios to question exactly what this little
hidden announcement means and, surprisingly, the studio...