Baldur’s Gate 3 mod allows players to multiclass on all difficulties

Baldur's Gate 3 mod allows players to multiclass on all difficulties

Baldur’s Gate 3: Multiclassing Unleashed!

Finally, the long-awaited full release of Baldur’s Gate 3 is here, and guess what? The modding community wasted no time in delivering some epic goodies! One mod, created by the talented NexusMod user TheComposerMods, has unlocked the multiclassing feature for PC players on the easiest difficulty. It’s like having a cheat code for a fun-filled adventure!

Now, for those who aren’t familiar with multiclassing, it’s a fantastic feature that allows players to combine different classes and create their own unique character. It’s like mixing peanut butter and jelly, but instead of a sandwich, you get a badass hero with a blend of abilities and playstyles.

But here’s the catch: in the original game, if you were playing on the Explorer difficulty (aka the easy mode), multiclassing was off-limits. It was like being told you can’t have your cake and eat it too. Well, thanks to this mod, that restriction is a thing of the past!

The mod’s description promises that once installed, it will unlock multiclassing “for all difficulties.” So whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned adventurer, you can now dive into the world of multiclassing and create the ultimate character of your dreams. Just remember, if you’re in the middle of a playthrough, the mod will kick in at your next level up. Patience, my friend, patience.

Now, some players have expressed their gratitude for this mod, while others have pointed out the silliness of locking the multiclass feature on the easiest difficulty. One user even suggested that a simple tutorial or warning for advanced players would have sufficed. But hey, let’s not dwell on the past. The important thing is that we now have the freedom to multiclass to our heart’s content!

In case you missed it, Baldur’s Gate 3 was originally released on early access for Windows, MacOS, and the now-defunct Google Stadia back in October 2020. But today, my friends, is the day we’ve all been waiting for—the full release on Windows! Despite some initial struggles with downloading the game on Steam, Larian Studios’ latest RPG is already making waves with up to 340K concurrent players on Steam. Talk about a grand entrance!

Now, let’s talk about the game itself. In our review-in-progress for Baldur’s Gate 3, we couldn’t help but gush about its potential. Sure, there are a few minor bugs and a combat system that might not be everyone’s cup of tea at lower levels. But let me tell you, this game has the potential to be a true masterpiece. It’s like witnessing the alignment of the planets, just like the good old days of Dragon Age: Origins. Remember when CRPGs had big budgets and looked like high-quality animated movies? Ah, the nostalgia! And the best part? Baldur’s Gate 3 manages to capture that magic once again.

If you’re hungry for more Baldur’s Gate 3 goodness, we’ve got you covered. Check out our guides on the various races and subraces in the game, get the lowdown on classes and subclasses, and learn how to build the perfect character. We’ve got all the tips and tricks you need to conquer this epic adventure!

And last but not least, a shoutout to Taylor, our awesome reporter at GameTopic. Give her a follow on Twitter @TayNixster for more gaming awesomeness!

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