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Baldur’s Gate 3 Is Proving To Be A Viable Money-Saving Strategy For Players

I tried casting "Don't Spend Money", but it was a critical failure.

Life has been a little more difficult than usual lately, thanks to rising food prices, gasoline prices, and even the increase in the price of games with the latest generation of consoles. Gone are the days of $40 and $50 games being the normal, with $70 titles sweeping us off our feet and becoming the standard pricing. However, every once in a while, a game will come out of nowhere, which just makes the idea of purchasing anything else null and void. For plenty of players, Baldur’s Gate 3 has been one of the best money-saving methods available. Who needs a finance manager when you’ve got Shadowheart pointing you in the right direction?

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Post by u/Acalyus in r/BaldursGate3

It seems that u/Acalyus isn’t alone in this sentiment, as countless other players chime in with their support and agreement that Baldur’s Gate 3 has taken precedence as their primary game of choice while they avoid the surge of new game releases. September 2023 was one of the most packed months of gaming this year, and BG3 fans who found themselves lost in the world they love without purchasing a new game are better than me. With its upcoming release on Xbox, fans will have the perfect excuse to jump into this fleshed-out CRPG and explore the beautiful and detailed world brought to life before them. As u/MainBrain724 states in the thread:

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Nearing almost 400 comments of players all chiming in with their support and agreement of the statement made by the OP, it seems that Baldur’s Gate is not only one of the most packed games of the year when it comes to content but the argument for financial savings could also be rolled for a critical success. Baldur’s Gate 3 is overflowing with content, and could easily keep players occupied for years at this point.


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