Baldur’s Gate 3 Has A Secret That No One Has Found Yet
It turns out that Larian Studios’ role-playing game, Baldur’s Gate 3, has a secret that one one has been able to discover.
Actor Neil Newbon, who voices the character of Astarion in Baldur’s Gate 3, has revealed during one of his recent Twitch streams that a whole secret section of the game, which lasts around two hours, remains undiscovered by players.
Newbon’s hinted at this hidden content, saying, that there’s something in the game that he is aware of, but accessing it requires an action or approach that he believes no one has figured out yet. He couldn’t provide any substantial clues or hints about how to access this concealed two-hour segment. He mentioned that he was entrusted with this secret information and is likely among the very few individuals out there who are aware of its existence.
However, Newbon did suggest that, eventually, someone within the Baldur’s Gate 3 community will likely stumble upon it for a specific reason. As such, it looks like the challenge of uncovering this hidden content now rests with the game’s dedicated player base.
For the uninitiated, Baldur’s Gate 3, is the third main entry in the Baldur’s Gate series, which is based on the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop role-playing system. Initially, an early access version of the game was launched on October 6, 2020 for macOS, Windows, and Stadia. On August 3, 2023, the full version was released for Window, while the game is set to arrive on PS5 and MacOS on September 6, 2023. The Stadia version faced cancellation due to the streaming service’s subsequent closure.
Baldur’s Gate 3 features both single-player and cooperative multiplayer elements. Players can create characters and form parties. Additionally, they can team up online with others for multiplayer adventures. The game features turn-based combat, following D&D 5th Edition rules, similar to Larian’s previous titles Divinity: Original Sin and Divinity: Original Sin II. The game’s story is set 120 years after Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn and months after Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus. Darkness looms as mind flayers invade Faerun.