You can skip the first 2 games without much problems and go right to 3 (I think). You will probably miss some....uhh what was the word....callbacks to the 2 old ones, but it is a new game, with nothing (or maybe little?) to do with the Bhaalspawn and so on....I'd be considering playing baldurs gate three but I'd want to finish baldurs gate 1 and 2 before I even considered playing 3. So much to do that i just don't even play baldurs gate 1 like ever. I don't even play cyberpunk 2077 as often as I'd like.
Yeah I mean this game is supposed to be around the time of Descent in Avernus right? That's in the year 1494 DR. Baldur's Gate II is in the year 1369 or so. There's definitely enough time that's gone by that most of the prior games will likely be little more than lore in III.You can skip the first 2 games without much problems and go right to 3 (I think). You will probably miss some....uhh what was the word....callbacks to the 2 old ones, but it is a new game, with nothing (or maybe little?) to do with the Bhaalspawn and so on....
That being said it is still in development, so you may want to wait a year or two
The game is in early access. From what I heard they did something similar with Divinity 2 and that game needed a year to go from early access to finished product, and considering how big BG3 seems to be I would give them 1.5 if not 2 yearsI wonder at what stage is this game. I remember the developers saying that there are 3 parts and they only released part 1 on launch. Did they release the other 2 parts? Or am I getting something wrong? I want to buy this game, but I want it finished, polished.
Saw a few demos of this game. And, I did play Divinity before. Game play looks very similar. So similar in that it seems every single battle you fight in a pool of blood, fire, water or frozen water. So either you're on fire, slowed, frozen or slipping and falling prone. I'll have to pass. Although, the story looks very good and the characters seem compelling.
Are they following this?:A bit too closely if you ask me