While nobody was paying attention (because Baldur’s Gate 3 was busy winning Game of the Year and 5 other awards at the Game Awards), Larian released Hotfix #13 for Baldur’s Gate 3. The small update fixes a notable crash at the end of Act II, as well as a small handful of other bugs. Mostly, though, Hotfix #13 seems like a victory lap for winning “Best Community Support” because… Yeah… Updates like this are the reason why.
As for the actual full change list for Hotfix #13, here it is:
Baldur’s Gate 3 Hotfix #13
Fixed a possible crash when leaving Act II.
Fixed an exploit that let you buy out a trader with only 1 gold and a container.
Fixed the total price on tooltips within containers not updating when the contents change while trading.
Fixed balancing offers when bartering not working properly when there is a container in the offer with gold in it.
Fixed empty bags sold to vendors costing the equivalent of the items that were stored in that bag.
Improved performance in Baldur’s Gate after peacefully resolving the Knights of the Shield situation on PS5.
So, there you have it. A small update, but one that goes to show just how willing Larian is to continuously improve and stabilize their Game of the Year title. After all, that is the kind of company that gets Best Community Support.
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