Baldur’s Gate 3 Announcement Seems Imminent at E3 2019

The authors of Divinity Original Sin would be working on this long-awaited RPG: Baldur’s Gate 3.

For months rumours were floating with the possibility that the team responsible for the brilliant Divinity: Original Sin I-II is working on a new Baldur’s Gate, and although they denied it in his day, today this rumour seems already evidence. Larian Studios team has given the first tracks publishing on its website the image of the three in Roman numerals. While the website itself is coy about what the “III” logo could be, metadata discovered within a video file contains multiple references to Baldur’s Gate 3, publisher Wizards of the Coast, and Dungeons & Dragons.

Baldur’s Gate is set in the Forgotten Realms Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting. The video file also contains the phrase “Gather your party,” an oft-heard refrain from the original Baldur’s Gate games.

Without official confirmation from the Studio but with the 2019 E3 just around the corner, it seems that the authors of Divinity will present this long-awaited RPG in a matter of days.

The Baldur’s Gate games were originally developed by BioWare and published by Interplay and Black Isle Studios. The first, Baldur’s Gate, was released in 1998 for Mac and Windows PC. BioWare released a sequel, Baldur’s Gate 2: Shadow of Amn, in 2000. Enhanced editions of those games were later released by Beamdog’s Overhaul Games division.

In recent years the Beamdog team worked in a remastered version that included a few new contents and came to think they would be responsible for working on the expected completo Baldur Gate 3. It seems that Baldur’s Gate 3 may be announced at the Los Angeles show, or more precisely, perhaps the PC Gaming Show of E3 2019, which will take place on June 10, which may be an interesting option for its presentation.

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