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Baldur’s Gate 3: Accidental Bug Made Romance Too Easy

Baldur’s Gate 3 might be horny, but it turns out that the Larian RPG game was accidentally too horny. If you found your quest for Baldur’s Gate 3 romance a little too easy, it turns out that this was actually a now fixed and accidental bug, not a feature of Baldur’s Gate 3 itself. Hey, we’re not complaining if it means we got to our romance quicker on release, but it’s good that it has been fixed.

Approval Thresholds Were Off at Launch

This revelation comes from Larian founder and Baldur’s Gate 3 director Swen Vincke, who explained that the approval thresholds for romancing each of the Baldur’s Gate 3 companions were incorrect when the game was initially shipped. The bug caused the characters to be too eager for romance, making it easier for players to initiate romantic encounters.

“So… it was a bug,” Vincke tells TheGamer. “The approval thresholds were too low when we shipped. That’s why they were so horny in the beginning. It wasn’t supposed to be that way. We’ve fixed it since, at least for some of them. We’re still fixing a few of them.”

An Accidental Feature

If you found each of the companions way too eager to get into your pants then – which I definitely did, one conversation outside the Grove with Gale and he decided to shoot his shot – it was accidental. The developers did not intend for the romances to progress so quickly. Vincke specifically mentions Gale, one of the companions, stating that he “wasn’t supposed to be like, instantly there. There were a lot of people that enjoyed it. But it was too fast. It was supposed to simulate how real relationships are.”

Work Harder for Your Romances

Although some players enjoyed the quick progression of romances, the bug has now been fixed, requiring players to put in more effort to win over their desired companions. This change is especially noticeable with Gale, who was initially too forward with his romantic advances.

It’s good to hear about the bug fix from Vincke, as many players were surprised by Gale’s overly eager behavior. Now, players can expect a more realistic and gradual development of relationships in Baldur’s Gate 3.

The accidental bug that made romance too easy in Baldur’s Gate 3 has been fixed. The developers have adjusted the approval thresholds for romancing the companions, ensuring a more realistic progression of relationships in the game. Players will now need to put in more effort to win over their desired companions. Despite the bug, many players enjoyed the initial ease of romance, but the fix aims to provide a more immersive and authentic experience.

What caused the romances in Baldur’s Gate 3 to be too easy?

The romances in Baldur’s Gate 3 were too easy due to an accidental bug that caused the approval thresholds to be set too low.

Was the bug fixed?

Yes, the developers have fixed the bug that made romances too easy in Baldur’s Gate 3. The approval thresholds have been adjusted to provide a more realistic progression of relationships.

Which companion was affected the most by the bug?

Gale, one of the companions in Baldur’s Gate 3, was particularly affected by the bug. He was too forward with his romantic advances, which was not intended by the developers.

How will the fix affect gameplay?

The fix will require players to put in more effort to initiate and progress romances with the companions in Baldur’s Gate 3. It aims to provide a more immersive and authentic experience of building relationships.

Are there any other changes in Baldur’s Gate 3?

Aside from the bug fix related to romances, there may be other updates and improvements in Baldur’s Gate 3. It is recommended to stay updated with the latest patches and announcements from the developers.

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