Baldur’s Gate 3 Hotfix 31 Makes Playing Bad Music More Forgiving, Patch Notes Here

Baldur's Gate 3
Baldur's Gate 3 Larian Studios

Baldur’s Gate 3, the RPG by Larian Studios, received a small patch yesterday. Hotfix 31 brings several bug fixes and improvements to many game aspects, though no new content has been added.

The patch makes playing bad music a little more forgiving, with playing an instrument badly in front of NPCs won’t make them ignore the player indefinitely. The Spider Companion's Entomb action is nerfed, while portraits of multiple characters are fixed. Krolla’s portrait will now show her face instead of her hips.

You can read the complete changelog below.

  • Fixed a crash that would occur when carrying out an action immediately after having prepared another one.
  • Fixed a crash that would occur when loading a savegame made after killing Gekh Coal while controlling one of his zombies.
  • You no longer get stuck in a Long Rest if you agree to go to camp as you enter a dialogue.
  • You can no longer interact with nearby objects while listening in on another player's dialogue.
  • Playing an instrument badly in front of NPCs no longer makes them refuse to speak to you ever again.
  • Fixed projectiles looking like they materialize out of thin air when you shoot them.
  • Fixed several issues with how Dror Ragzlin and his lackeys react to crimes and other questionable business.
  • Rebalanced the Spider Companion's Entomb action to be a little weaker.
  • Fixed Shadowheart walking in the wrong direction to get the artifact from her pod on the nautiloid.
  • Fixed the background and animations for the paladins when interacting with the hag's talking door.
  • Fixed several characters' portraits - including Krolla's, which showed off her hip instead of her face.
  • Fixed the placeholder icon for the Poor Performance condition.
  • Fixed screenshot previews not uploading to Steam Cloud, which resulted in missing savegame images when syncing on a new PC.

You can read the complete patch notes on Steam.

So, what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Baldur’s Gate 3 recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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