The development of Baldur’s Gate 3 is continuing despite staff currently working from home.
Though Larian have confirmed that the game’s development has slowed, it’s still on track to hit early access this year (a small excited wave from me).
The chief executive of Larian, Sven Vincke has given an update to the New York Times, you know those notorious game-centric journalists.
Development is proceeding. We’re just slowed down.Sven Vincke
Larian have confirmed that the 300 or so staff are working from home, but with increased pressures do to the ongoing disruptance caused by COVID-19.
It won’t be long until you can be hanging out under a bridge in early access.
Unfortunately due to the limited working hours of staff being available, due to important responsibilities including children, the team are working at 70 or 80% of their normal productivity.
It’s nice to hear they’re still working on Baldur’s Gate 3 whilst juggling their more important responsibilities, and I salute them for putting in the hard work to keep the balance.
They have been unlucky to have also been affected by a lack of support by external parties who have closed or transitioned to remote working, which of course in these trying times can’t be helped.
Sourced from: VG247
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