Baldur’s Gate 3: The Developers Ask Us Not To Threaten Them!

According to the publishing director of Larian Studios, threats and poisoning of the developers and the teams responsible for the community will get you nowhere.


Recently, the sixth patch for Baldur’s Gate 3 was released, and it brought with it many bugs and glitches. This is something that the Belgian studio is working on, but it also broke something else that we only mentioned in passing in the news. Script Extender also broke with the new update. This is necessary to run most of the mods for Baldur’s Gate 3. There was a quick fix for this, but the hotfix also broke a few things.

However, not everyone liked the situation, and the overly critical and unintentionally threatening voices came out. This pleased Michael Douse, Larian’s Director of Publishing, who took to Twitter to speak out against the overly critical players: “We’ll be talking in detail soon about what our mod support will look like. We have been working on this since launch. As always, we’ll discuss it with our community in our own way. Threats and poisoning of our developers and community teams will only harm the conversation. Please stop. This is a game that has gone from [around 2 million] players to well over 10 million in a very short period of time, so it’s natural for the conversation to get muddier and more complex. But in order to maintain the same level of dialogue, we need people to understand that these conversations take time. If you really want to know things about the game, please don’t chip away at the people who connect us all.

99.9% of our community is the absolute best, and it’s because of them – thankfully – that my community team perseveres. But I suppose it was inevitable that when you have a town, a few bad eggs are going to start a fire. We can only be tight if we can work tight. If we can’t, and we have to pull away, it’s going to be really bad for everyone, especially for us, and definitely for you. Please help us work for the greater good of the millions of people involved and calm down,” Douse wrote.

Source: PCGamer,

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