Baldur’s Gate 3 Will Support Cross-Play Between PC And Console In The Future

Baldur's Gate 3 Will Support Cross-Play Between PC And Console In The Future

Crossplay is already on the way to Baldur’s Gate 3. This means that PlayStation 5 and PC users will be able to play together online in the future. Confirmation information comes from Mr. Michael Douse, Larian’s director of distribution. The director also shared that the studio always intended to do Cross-Play, but there are just too many things to prepare for the game’s release. The PC version came out in early August, and a month later, Larian brought the game to PS5. The Xbox version is likely to arrive sometime this year.

Mr. Douse said: “Cross-Play has always been in the plans, but we knew it wouldn’t be available from day one. Cross-Play is on the development roadmap and although we have a vision for it. The feature It will be ready for release, but we don’t want to set a date until everything is sure.”

When crossplay launches, fans will be able to experience Baldur’s Gate 3 with friends. The game now allows players to create characters and play together through split-screen and online multiplayer modes. Split-screen mode was such a challenge for Larian that the studio had to stop supporting it on Xbox Series S so Baldur’s Gate 3 could launch on Microsoft’s platform in 2023.

Larian Studios also highlighted in a pre-launch note for PS5 users the issues surrounding the making of the final chapter in the city of Baldur’s Gate. The developer says that his team is working to fix the problem. Larian Studios also had issues with this area on PC.

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