Baldur's Gate III doubles its storage requirements just ahead of Early Access

Baldur's Gate III doubles its storage requirements just ahead of Early Access

It's not unusual to see the requirements needed to play a game changed before it releases but Baldur's Gate III is doubling them, and it's just for the Early Access version of the game. That's quite a noticeable change for a version that will give players limited access to the content in the game. Early Access starts today for Baldur's Gare III but those that have purchased the game will only be able to play through the Act 1 of the game, choosing between 16 different races and sub-races and a few classes to create their characters, including Cleric, Fighter, Ranger, Rogue, Warlock, and Wizard.



Baldur's Gate III Early Access version requires now quite a sizeable amount of space in your storage device, with 150 GB that you will have to download before you can play the game via Google Stadia, Steam, and GoG today at 7 p.m. CEST. Mac users will also be able to join Baldur's Gate III Early Access on the same date, as confirmed by developer Larian Studios via the official Twitter account of the game.



If you are one of those that have been eagerly waiting for the release of Baldur's Gate III and you can't wait for the final version to discover what kind of novelties the game brings to the world of role-playing games, you should visit our comparator to get it at the best price and start downloading the Early Access version as soon as it's available. If you prefer the finished game, you will have to wait a bit longer, because there is no official release date for the final version of Baldur's Gate III. It's going to be much more difficult to avoid spoilers now because we will see a lot of news and content about Baldur's Gate III appearing in the following weeks.

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