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Baldur’s Gate 3 players spot reference to D&D’s ‘self-aware’ epilogue

Larian Studios slipped a Dungeons & Dragons joke into the epilogues added to the game in Patch 5, and players have just discovered it.

It’s now clear that Baldur’s Gate 3 is very respectful of the source material. The Larian team took great care to create a game that accurately reflects the gameplay style and tone of a D&D game, and that’s a large part of why the game managed to achieve such success.

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And if you needed any convincing that Baldur’s Gate 3 was truly a game for D&D players, look no further than one of the lines Larian slipped into one of the new epilogues that round out the game.

What happens in the final moments of the game depends on which epilogue you get, with some of them being particularly gruesome if you’re a Dark Urge player, but one of them contains a dialogue option that borders on breaking the fourth wall.

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Baldur’s Gate 3 players spot a D&D reference from Larian Studios

In a post on the Baldur’s Gate 3 subreddit, a player noted the dialogue option during the prologue, which was prompted by Shadowheart hoping that the group would continue to reunite.

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One potential answer reads: “Getting a group of friends to regularly agree on a time and place can be…difficult.” »

For anyone who has tried to organize a few Dungeons & Dragons encounters, this joke will be instantly familiar. This shows how well developers know the world they are making games for.

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The Patch 5 update also brought the new Honor Mode challenge, which further increases the difficulty, which can make the game more frustrating or even more fun, depending on who you ask.

For more news and updates on Baldur’s Gate 3, check out the reveal that Astarion, despite being one of the most popular companions, has a canonically smooth brain.

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