Release of Baldur’s Gate 3 Steam Early Access was legally exciting, but at this point it settled pretty well on the long slogan of real game development. Unfortunately, this means that we are in the process of making the necessary major updates, including patch 3.Just around the corner“— Compatibility issues with existing saves begin to occur.
Patch 3 is the first change to the Baldur’s Gate 3 story, which means that existing saves won’t work with it. But for those who want to continue their current session, Larian has introduced a secondary branch of the game that keeps Baldur’s Gate 3 intact.
To access this, right-click on Baldur’s Gate 3 in the Steam library and[プロパティ],[ベータ]You need to select them in tab order. Select “patch2” from the list to exit the menu. This leaves the current patch so you can continue with the current playthrough. Unfortunately, the Stadia version does not support “currently” branching.
If you need time to make a decision, go to the properties menu and[更新]Select a tab and from the drop-down menu[ゲームを起動したときにのみ更新する]We recommend that you select to disable automatic updates for BG3. On the other hand, if you already know that you need to lock down to allow Faerûn Folly to continue, you can opt in to the secondary branch now, even if patch 3 itself doesn’t actually have a date yet.
“It can be a hassle to switch branches, but this is part of Early Access,” Larian said. “All the feedback we collect from your adventures and posts will be reflected directly in these patches, so the next time you play, it will feel like a helpful experience for you to create.”