Baldur’s Gate 3 players have been heard! This feature, which has been highly requested since release, is finally coming to the game, announces Larian Studios.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is one of the highest rated games of all time and is simply THE best in history on PS5. An exceptional performance that even Larian Studios certainly did not expect, despite the very good reviews received by its latest productions. Even if players have a lot of fun going through the RPG, it is not yet perfect, in particular because of the absence of a very popular feature. Fortunately, Belgian developers are always there to meet the expectations of their community.
This long-awaited mechanic is coming to Baldur’s Gate 3
Since the release of Baldur’s Gate 3 on PC in August, players have regretted that it is impossible to modify the appearance of their character once the adventure has started, unlike what was possible in Divinity Original Sin 2. It was therefore not necessary make no mistake when creating, especially since the customization options are numerous. In the wake of their complaints, Larian Studios quickly spoke out, explaining that the feature would eventually arrive, but that it would take a little time. The announcement that everyone has been waiting for has just fallen: it will be possible to edit the appearance of your hero today!
Thanks to the magic mirror, you will be able to modify his physical attributes, his voice and the pronoun used to designate him. On the other hand, his race and body type cannot be changed, which may still cause some disappointment. The studio specifies that the magic mirror cannot be used to modify an Origin character. Although the feature has some limitations, fans seem happy to have been heard, as their reactions on social media show.
The magic mirror will be available in your camp from the launch of patch 3 of Baldur’s Gate 3, initially scheduled for September 21, but which has been postponed by one day. From now on, players will be looking forward to another very popular mechanic, namely Photo mode. Publication director Michael Douse recently confided that it was already “ on the list ” things to do. Given the responsiveness of the studio, you may not have to wait too long before taking advantage of it.