Baldur's Gate 3 is receiving cross-platform mod support

by Danny Craig  · 
Baldur's Gate 3 is receiving cross-platform mod support
Larian Studios

Larian Studios has confirmed that official cross-platform mod support for Baldur's Gate 3 is currently in development, though a release is most likely months away.

The details:

  • Baldur's Gate 3 has been a huge success for Larian since its release in August of last year, with a thriving modding community adding new content, features, and improvements to the RPG. However, major updates to the game have consistently broken community-made mods, prompting players to vent their frustrations on social media.

  • The studio has publicly acknowledged the frustrations but also confirmed that official modding support is on the way. In a post on X, Larian director of publishing Michael Douse announced that "robust" cross-platform modding support will be available later this year, and that it already has a system in place but needs to be improved.

  • WombatMedic, Larian's senior community strategist, shared more details about the plans on Discord, stating that the studio intends to offer the ability to mod "things like classes, UI, customization, spells, and certain assets and game mechanics." The "initial stages" of support are scheduled to be included in the next "big patch," with Larian continuing to consult with community modders for feedback on its implementation.

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