Baldur’s Gate 3 will be coming to Xbox “this year”

Baldur's Gate 3 developer Larian Studios promises it will be available available on Xbox with split-screen support, but it isn't yet available in Xbox Series S. Xbox Series S. Baldur's Gate 3 reached a much more diverse audience than was would be expected.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is arguably one of the top games released this year. It could easily become the best game in the world, according to many. Additionally, Baldur’s Gate 3 still isn’t even available for consoles. The developer Larian Studios is taking a “release when ready” approach to launch the game on different platforms. Baldur’s Gate 3, which immediately became a huge success on Windows after it was made available in early access earlier in the month, will release for PlayStation 5 and macOS on the 6th of September. The exact date of release of the Xbox is still to be determined, but Larian has finally confirmed the huge RPG will be being released on Xbox and PlayStation consoles by Microsoft later in the year.

Baldur’s Gate 3 will be coming to Xbox by the end of the year.

The primary reason Larian was unable to complete the Xbox release (and consequently made Baldur’s Gate III available only on PlayStation console for brief duration) was Microsoft’s policies concerning feature-equal games within Series S and Series X. Microsoft wants every game that they release on their consoles to feature the same features available in Series S and X, but the difference in hardware is a burden on the developers to create games with a.

Michael Douse, publishing director of Larian Studios, said on X (formerly Twitter) last monththat “We don’t have any special agreements on Xbox that prevent us from launching. The problem is a technical hurdle. We can’t remove the split screen feature because we have to release it with feature parity and that’s why we’re trying to get it working.” The words were said the words.

“We found a solution that will allow us to bring Baldur’s Gate 3 to Xbox gamers this year, something we’ve been working on for a long time,” Larian CEO and director of Baldur’s Gate III Swen Vincke, who spoke about the project with Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer at Gamescom. made. Vincke suggested that Spencer did make an exception for Larian to ensure features that are similar between the Series S as well as Series X. Series S is less powerful. Series S will not have Baldur’s Gate III split-screen mode however, it’s the Series X will. The cross-recording feature between Steam and the two consoles will be available.

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