A beginner’s guide to beginning Baldur’s Gate 3

Baldur's Gate 3 is now live everywhere in the world. It took six years to make and three years to test. 

Because the game is so big, with 174 hours of cutscenes and over 17,000 different endings, and because there is no way to review it in time (The Verge got our code on Sunday).

it will be a while before official reviews start showing up. (Or at least it should, but there will always be places that put the game first because they don't care about SEO.

But because I only played Baldur's Gate 3 for a short time, I can give you some tips, tricks, and ideas that will help you get through the first 20 or so hours of the game.

Baldur's Gate 3 is a big game that uses up about 120 gigabytes of room. My computer is only about three years old. It has an Intel i5-10400 processor, 16 gigabytes of RAM, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 graphics card. 

With these specs, I'm clearly between what Larian says is the bare minimum and what they suggest. Even though I haven't had any major problems with BG3's speed.

It's clear from the sound of my desktop fans that the game uses a lot of resources. So make sure you have a computer that can do more than what is required.

Larian Studios will need more time and money to finish this huge project. But now that the game is out, Larian suggests that you remove any saves you made during early access to protect against a possible abuse of saves.

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