The role-playing game Baldur's Gate 3 always presents you with difficult decisions. Dice rolls are often used here. You use dice to determine whether what you intend to do will work or not. Different things happen depending on the situation. And often it doesn't come out what players wanted. Then reload the last saved game and try again until you are satisfied with the result. This is known as "Save Scumming".
Players are annoyed with the dice
Swen Vincke from Larian Studios explains in an interview with IGN that the team can see exactly where in the RPG Baldur's Gate 3 this "save scumming" occurs frequently. This is how the team can learn from the situation. "We made (the dice) difficult, but maybe we can add extra role-playing options for the players to get the same effect. That is one of the things we can infer from the behavior of the players," explains Vincke.
The team sees that some players are frustrated by these dice situations. That divides the community a bit. Some find it good that BG3 adheres so closely to the rules, others are just annoyed when the umpteenth roll of the dice fails again. "There are people who had difficulties with it," says Vincke. "You want to be able to manipulate it."
"We decided to only use pure RNG (random system) for the initial release in Early Access, just to see what would happen," he explains. "We see people who are really unlucky and they are really, really mad about it. So we're going to help them. We're going to add modes to the game that go with things like a loaded die, and that'll be a little bit easier to work with We'll still have the option to have full RNG in the game. We'll experiment with that during Early Access and see what we should make the default option. That's one of the things that analytics determine. "
how do you see it? Do you also annoy the dice rolls in Baldur's Gate 3 or do you like them?
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