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Baldur’s Gate 3 early access release delayed again, but this time just by a week

World Tester is watching.

Baldur’s Gate 3’s early access release has been delayed again, but this time it’s just by a week.

Developer Larian announced Baldur’s Gate 3 will now launch in early access form on 6th October on Steam, GOG and Stadia. It was meant to launch on 30th September.

Explaining the decision, Larian mentioned Baldur’s Gate 3 is still yet to get the seal of approval from its “World Tester”. This is described as an AI “super-gamer” that plays the game at breakneck speed, stress testing and pushing it to its limit.

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The World Tester is currently working its way through the game, and while the results look good, they’re “not perfect yet”.

“We know that if the super-gamer doesn’t break the game, there’s less chance you will,” Larian said. “Not that we have any illusions you won’t try!”

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Fingers crossed, Baldur’s Gate 3 gets the thumbs-up from Larian’s World Tester in time for the 6th October release date.

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