Baldur’s Gate Patch 2 “Around the Corner” – Devs Promise Epilogue Changes, Performance Improvements

In a post on X today, Larian Studios declared that Patch #2 for Baldur’s gate 3 is “Around the corner”, continuing their trend of quick updates and transparency for the game. In the same post, they gave us a few details about what the upcoming patch will include, primarily highlighting performance improvements, “tweaks and changes”, and — most interestingly — “incorporating feedback into Origin Character epilogues.

Given the laundry list of changes and fixes made from the first Patch, we expect those first two aspects to be very comprehensive, but it is the third point that is the most fascinating. One of the critiques many players have had toward Baldur’s Gate 3 has been how it has handled the endings of several characters (with one in particular being the most discussed and supported issue on Larian’s feedback channel on their Discord server). Given the significant backlash that some of the endings have faced, then, it seems likely that Patch #2’s ‘incorporated feedback’ is going to include much-needed improvements to the endings for the companions in question. Doing so would likely cement Larian’s reputation as a consumer-first developer, addressing the most discussed narrative issue with Baldur’s Gate 3 with rapid speed.

With this news coming only 4 days after Patch #1 was dropped, it is unclear just how long it will be before we see Patch #2. But, between the statement in the tweet and the speed with which Larian seems to work, it seems likely that Patch #2 will drop within the next few weeks. We are excited for another list of gigantic Patch Notes and to see what changes Larian has in store for Baldur’s Gate 3.

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