The fifth patch for Baldur’s Gate 3 will be released this week and partially correct problems with performance in the third act
This week, Baldur’s Gate 3 will receive a large patch at number 5, and the developer of Larian Studios promised that it would be fixed in it as a recently released fourth patch.
After the patch was released at number 4, players reported new problems with performance in the third act, and some of them called Baldur’s Gate 3 "non -playful" Due to sharply hanging.
In the statement sent by the IGN portal, Larian explained the reason for the problem. Everything boils down to the fact that the game refuses to forget about unnoticed thefts and acts of vandalism, which ultimately affects performance in the late game.
In the fourth patch, we introduced a correction that did not allow you to immediately call the guard when theft, even if you sneaked, or, for example, were invisible. This correction led to the fact that unnoticed thefts and acts of vandalism were forever stuck in the conveyor "Did anyone see me", but did not end and did not move on, as it was planned. In fact, your owner of the dungeon – in the real sense of the word – constantly thinks about thefts and acts of violence that the player makes, never moving on and not voicing them. Thinks about it endlessly. These inconspicuous and always active acts of theft and violence are eventually bored with the game. The more the player performs such actions, the more the game tries to keep all this in memory, and the more brakes. In fact, the master of the dungeons is unable to work. In the third act, this led to a slowdown in the work of the game, and after some studies we can report that we solved this problem in Patch 5, which is under testing and should be released this week.
Currently, Larian is on the victorious path after the deafening success of Baldur’s Gate 3, which received seven statuettes at the recent Golden Joysticks competition and eight nominations at the upcoming Game Award ceremony. Larian is going to announce the long -awaited release date of Baldur’s Gate 3 at Xbox at the award ceremony on December 8 and even began to hint at his "The next major game".