Baldur’s Gate 3 has become more successful than anyone could have predicted; players are still excitedly chattering about the game even weeks after release, when many have completed the campaign and seen the story’s end. Part of this is the game’s dizzying depth, with tons of detail for fans to pore through.
Another part of the game’s continuing success and prominence on social media is simple: the game is full of moments that clip Really wellMake a TikTok joke or YouTube montage. My experience has been that Baldur’s Gate 3 is never far from mind — I just have to look at my social media feeds to find clips and conversations everywhere.
TikTok clips are a great way to catch glimpses of the game that I probably wouldn’t encounter otherwise. These are some of the most heartbreaking clips. Players will record conversation options which only occur if they play an especially self-centered and unkind Tav. These isolated moments are so compelling that I often consider picking up the game to play again just to see what could happen.
Others are funny. Apparently, it’s possible to create a run where the druid Halsin comes to your camp looking for revenge. I haven’t done this in any of my playthroughs — Halsin is my husband, Thank you so much — but other players have, and generously filmed Astarion’s hilariously resigned one-liner response.
I spent my first run through the game rolling with Astarion, Shadowheart, and Lae’zel. Halsin was not there to give me some of his best lines. It turns out that a hermit-druid has a hard time understanding the culture of a clown.
Watching other players’ video clips has also helped me out in tough combat situations. I’m not ashamed to admit it took me a few cracks to try the Balthazar fight at the end of Act 2. He’s a tough dude who’s prepared with some meaty goons, and the arena makes things even scarier — I had a save or two where one of my allies toppled off the edge. This expert’s walkthrough shows me where I made mistakes.
There’s some great japes and humorous tales that spawn from Baldur’s Gate 3. Much like the artistic community SkyrimThe following are some examples of how to use Mass Effect. Even comedian Tom CardyHas a gotten into the action. Dungeons & DragonsHis human bard inspired a tune. Are you saying that Tom Bardy is more like this?
If you prefer meta-commentary, one of the game’s voice actors, Josh Wichard, shared an unfortunate tale about how filming from home called the police to his door.
Some of the best clips on YouTube are not just about humor. The fun in big RPGs such as Baldur’s Gate 3It’s fun to discuss your own interpretations of characters, particularly if you have a companion group. Some channels offer compelling and thought-provoking takes on the characters, which makes me love them even more. Other channels provide helpful tutorials that make the life of viewers a bit easier. One example is a video on how to acquire your very own cub owlbear.
The personal stories shared on social media are elevating Baldur’s Gate 3A cultural moment. Even though I finished my first playthrough, I’m already itching to go back and continue my second — or start a third. Good gameplay is essential. Dungeons & Dragons Fun and laughter is the hallmark of this campaign. Baldur’s Gate 3The good memes are continuing.
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