Larian Games are heading for a hefty Baldur's Gate 3 update, and it turns out that the upcoming Patch 4 has the longest patch notes the developer has ever made.
Following up on last year's The Panel From Hell, Larian will be hosting a sequel on February 17, 2021, at 10:00am PT, which is 18:00pm GMT in Europe. And this time around, they're armed to the teeth, too.
"Following the success of last year’s live streamed event, the Panel from Hell is making its chaotic return. Featuring Principal Rules Designer of Dungeons & Dragons Jeremy Crawford, Creative Director Swen Vincke and guests Nick Pechenin, David Walgrave and more, next week’s stream promises to reveal a heaving assembly of news and updates for Baldur’s Gate 3 – including the biggest patch note ever forged in the fiery pits of Larian", the dev wrote.
Additionally, Panel from Hell 2 will shed some light on what's been happening with Larian during production, as well as newly improved cinematics, Tieflings, spells, cows and more.
Once the show's over, the dev will be streaming the latest content from the aforementioned Baldur's Gate 3 update, so you could argue that for many - that's when the real show begins then.
Baldur's Gate 3 has been delayed a few times and it hasn't exactly picked the best year to come back, what with the pandemic grinding everything to a halt.
Nevertheless, Larian pulled through and we'll bee seeing some of their work soon. Which, judging by the announcement, is whole lotta work, but any RPG fan worth his weight in salt will agree that Baldur's Gate 3 is more than worth it.
You can find the full announcement on Steam .