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Baldur’s Gate 3 Receives Praise and Teases Performance Update and Photo Mode

Baldur’s Gate 3, one of the most beloved games of the year, continues to gain popularity following its official launch on the PlayStation. Larian Studios, the team behind the game, is already hard at work on the next performance update, and fans have been buzzing with excitement over the possibility of a photo mode.

Michael Douse, Larian’s director of publishing, responded to a tweet discussing the game's performance on the PlayStation 5. While the original tweet praised the game's performance at ultra graphics settings, Douse confirmed that even better improvements are on the way. He described the porting process to PlayStation as an “impossible task” and expressed his delight that it has been well-received.

Douse also responded to another tweet asking for a Photo Mode in BG3, stating that it is on their list. Photo Mode has become a popular feature in games, allowing players to capture screenshots and share their gaming memories. Fans have been requesting this feature since the game's launch, and while PC players have been able to use mods to work around the lack of Photo Mode, console players will have to wait a bit longer.

Digital Foundry's technical breakdown revealed that Baldur's Gate 3 performs exceptionally well on the PS5, even at ultra settings. The game boasts impressive visuals and features on both PC and PS5. Due to the demand from players, the addition of a Photo Mode to showcase characters and environments seems inevitable.

Xbox fans can also look forward to playing Baldur's Gate 3 on their consoles. The Xbox Series X version is expected to be released later this year, with split-screen co-op available, although the Xbox Series S will not have this feature.

In conclusion, Baldur's Gate 3 continues to captivate players with its gameplay and visuals. The upcoming performance update and the potential addition of a Photo Mode are sure to enhance the gaming experience, making it even more enjoyable for fans.

Source: Abdul Saad