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Baldur’s Gate 3 is getting a physical Deluxe Edition on Xbox Series X, PS5 and PC


Baldur’s Gate 3 is getting a physical Deluxe Edition next year, developer Larian Studios has announced.

The Baldur’s Gate 3 Deluxe Edition will be released in ‘Q1 2024’ and will be available on Xbox Series X, PS5 and PC for $79.99 / €79.99.

The Deluxe Edition will feature a number of physical extras, including:

  • A physical copy of the game on Xbox Series X (three discs), PS5 (two discs) or PC (one disc containing a CD key and installer)
  • A world map
  • An original soundtrack (3 discs)
  • A Mind Flayer poster
  • A Deluxe Edition box, designed to match the previous games’ ‘big box’ PC editions
  • 32 stickers
  • 2 patches

It will also include the following digital extras:

  • Divinity Item Pack
  • Bard Song Pack
  • Exclusive Dice Skin
  • Paintings from Rivellon
  • Adventurer’s Pouch
  • Digital OST
  • Digital Artbook
  • Digital D&D Character Sheets

At the moment, the physical edition can only be pre-ordered directly from Larian’s website.

Baldur’s Gate 3 was released in August to widespread critical acclaim, with both the PC and PS5 versions currently sitting on a Metacritic score of 96.

The game is still set to be released on Xbox Series X and S by the end of 2023. Larian said on Wednesday that it would be announcing the Xbox version’s release date during The Game Awards on December 7.

An Xbox release was held back from release and was at one point looking unlikely to release until 2024, seemingly due to the apparent belief that Microsoft required full feature parity between the Xbox Series X and Series X versions.

This was proving to be a sticking point for Larian, because it was struggling to get the game’s co-op mode running on the less powerful Series S hardware to a level that it was happy with.

However, after Xbox boss Phil Spencer stated that feature parity wasn’t actually a requirement, Larian founder and CEO Swev Vincke posted on Twitter that a solution had been found that would allow the game to be released on Xbox Series X and Series S this year.