Baldur's Gate 3 video game director Swen Vincke has actually been indulging in the shower of awards and elections taken pleasure in by the cRPG. Baldur's Gate 3 won 7 rewards at the Golden Joystiq Awards (Best Storytelling, Best Visual Design, Studio Of The Year, Best Game Community, Best Supporting Performer for Astarion's voice star, PC Game Of The Year, and Ultimate Game Of The Year) and is chosen in 8 classifications at The Game Awards (Game of the Year, Best Game Direction, Best Narrative, Best Score and Music, Best Performance for the Astarion voice star, Best Community Support, Best RPG, and Best Multiplayer), with a high opportunity of winning the most desirable Game of the Year award.
Discussing the latter news today on Twitter (X), the CEO of Larian Studios shared a little bit of a tease on the studio's next huge video game. He stated the success made by Baldur's Gate 3 will guarantee this upcoming job continues to press limits.
This is a genuine honour, specifically in a year with numerous releases. Seeing our little 'specific niche RPG' make such waves is extremely encouraging. I want I might inform you about our next huge video game, however this is actually motivating us to guarantee it presses numerous limits. I'm extremely thrilled about it.
Surprisingly, quickly after the video game's launch in early August, Vincke stated he would have liked to do a smaller sized video game next. Today he appears to highlight a huge job when again, possibly after seeing all this recognition for Baldur's Gate 3.
Whatever the case, Larian will not be viewed as a little studio any longer. Vincke stated he's mindful of that and 'scared, however in a great way'.
It'll definitely be a while before we learn more about the studio's next video game, and there's likewise the matter of prospective DLCs for BG3. However, Larian is still working on the Xbox release, which might occur extremely quickly.