Fifth major patch for baldur’s gate 3 Just dropped. This is truly a game-changing patch, as it adds a new (extremely difficult) Honor Mode and a Custom Mode that will allow players to customize the difficulty of their adventure.
Honor Mode is essentially a hardcore version baldur’s gate 3, It disables save scumming, removes some feats, increases the difficulty of battles and interactions, and implements a new Legendary Action system for the game’s boss battles. Players technically only have one life to beat Honor Mode, as they will be presented with statistics of their Dangerous Journey and if they die at any point they are forced to disable the Honor Mode difficulty additions. Will be done. Those who complete it will receive Golden D20 in the game.
That exceptionally difficult mode may seem extremely tempting. baldur’s gate 3 Most hardcore players, but those looking to modify the game’s difficulty even further may want to check out the Custom Mode. As its name suggests, this mode allows players to change various difficulty settings, making their adventure significantly easier or harder in the process. Apart from all this, Patch 5 also adds some important new story content to the game.
It expands on the game’s epilogue content by adding a segment that takes place at the player’s base camp six months after the events of the game. There, they can talk to various party members and say goodbye to them. In total, Larian Studios says this added epilogue brings over 3,589 new lines of dialogue to the game. All of these new features from Patch 5 certainly make it very tempting to get back to Baldur’s Gate 3 before the end of the year.
baldur’s gate 3 Now available for PC and PlayStation 5. An Xbox version of the game will launch before the end of the year, with a specific date to be revealed at the Game Awards 2023. The size of Patch 5 is approximately 30 GB.