Baldur’s Gate 3 Hotfix Launch
Larian Studios has launched another minor but beneficial hotfix for Baldur’s Gate 3, addressing problems players have stumbled upon.
Detailing Larian Studios' Commitment
Ever since Baldur’s Gate 3’s early access release in 2020, Larian Studios has been refreshingly forthright about its development of the game, a trend which has continued even after its official release on PC and PlayStation 5. Over the last month, Baldur’s Gate 3 has seen various minor fixes and two substantial patches designed to eliminate glitches and refine the game's performance and flow.
The New Hotfix 6
While the new Hotfix 6 is much smaller compared to previous releases, including its predecessor Hotfix 5, it does aim to resolve a few problems players were encountering. Unlike previous updates, Hotfix 6 doesn't restore over a thousand lines of dialogue, add any new endings, or implement any significant improvements like the option to alter a character’s appearance post game start.
What it does do is alleviate issues players have faced related to dialogue, controllers, and visuals. Despite not being a game-changing update, it reaffirms that Larian Studios is paying attention to player feedback and strives to ensure that the game provides the best possible experience, regardless of where or how players choose to enjoy it.
Specifics of Hotfix 6
The specifics of the changes made in the Baldur’s Gate 3 Hotfix 6 Patch Notes released by Larian Studios are as follows:
- A glitch preventing the initiation of a new dialogue has been fixed.
- The issue of in-game instructions not appearing at the right time on the controller interface has been resolved.
- Visual artefacts in an Underdark dialogue have been fixed.
The full patch notes from Larian Studio can be found on the game's official website.