Baldur’s Gate 3 developer Larian Studios has announced that The Panel from Hell will return this week, which will be livestreamed on February 17 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. The previous Panel From Hell revealed the release date for Baldur’s Gate 3, but this week’s edition will be more focused on the current development of the game and which features are coming next. Players will be able to see enhanced Tieflings, spells, improved cinematics, and revamped cows.
The stream will feature principal rules designer of Dungeons & Dragons Jeremy Crawford, creative director Swen Vincke, and guests Nick Pechenin, David Walgrave, and more, according to Larian. The main event of the stream will also be the “biggest patch note ever forged in the fiery pits of Larian” the developer added.
Much like the last big patch, this new update will also result in save games prior to its release being incompatible with Baldur’s Gate III once it has been released. Hopefully, there won’t be a repeat of when that patch had to be pulled from Steam after it introduced numerous game-breaking bugs.
“That said, we’re again branching out with the same solution as before,” Larian said in a pre-patch announcement. “If you’re already accustomed to this as a hardened Patch 3 veteran, then simply follow the same steps as before and skip the text at the bottom of this post, because it’s not new text and it’s quite long.”
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