After running into some certification issues bringing Baldur’s Gate 3 to Microsoft’s ecosystem, developer Larian Studios has announced that the popular Dungeons & Dragons-based role-playing game is “on track” for a December release on Xbox consoles a couple months after its August 3 launch. What’s more, the specific release date will be revealed early next month during The Game Awards.
“Xbox players, we hear you’re looking for more news on Baldur’s Gate 3. The game is on track for a December release,” Larian Studios said. “We’ll see you at The Game Awards for the World Premiere™ of the exact release date.”
With The Game Awards kicking off on December 7, this means we’ve got just a few weeks until we learn not only what game will earn the coveted Game of The Year trophy—which Baldur’s Gate 3 is nominated for, along with other awards—but also when Larian Studios’ extremely successful turn-based RPG will finally make its Xbox Series X/S debut.
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Adored by critics and fans alike, Baldur’s Gate 3 has been something of a triumph for both Larian Studios and the turn-based RPG genre. Folks love the game so much, they’re not only speedrunning the hell out of it, they’re also creating their own new categories for interesting—and lascivious—accomplishments.
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