Baldur's Gate 3 developer Larian is moving on from Dungeons & Dragons

With the enormous popularity surrounding it Baldur's Gate 3, the game is ready for expansion – but if that happens, it won't be made by its developer Larian Studios. During a panel discussion at the Game Developers Conference on Thursday, Larian founder Soen Finke revealed that the studio plans to move away from… Dungeons and Dragons games, As I mentioned for the first time before IGN.

“We will not do new expansions, which everyone expects us to do. We will not make Baldur's Gate 4Which is what everyone expects us to do. “We'll move forward,” Finke said. He added that Larian will also “stay away from”. D&D“And start a new project.

As reported IGNFinke said that the studio originally considered creating downloadable content for Baldur's Gate 3but ended up backing down on the idea after realizing it “wasn't really coming from the heart.”

Larian's announcement comes as a bit of a surprise given the massive success it has seen Baldur's Gate 3which swept the DICE Awards and It has sold more than 10 million copies. But instead of moving forward with the series, Finke said the studio would allow it Dungeons and Dragons The owner of Wizards of the Coast is taking it from there.

“It will be up to Wizards of the Coast, because it's their intellectual property, to find someone to take up the torch,” Finke said. “We think we've done our job, so, for us, it's time to get a new puppy.” Last year, parent company Wizards of the Coast Hasbro has laid off almost all employees On the Dungeons and Dragons The team that Larian helped create In turn's Gate 3 It is happening.

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The studio will continue to tinker Baldur's Gate 3 At present it is still being worked on Added official mod support Gameable on both PC and consoles.

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