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    According to the voice actor, Larian made the druid Khalsin a companion in Baldurs Gate 3 thanks to the players

    Druid Khalsin voice actor in Baldur’s Gate III, told on his Twitter that his character was promoted to companion status thanks to the players.

    Dave Jones said the following:

    If not for the fans who warmly received it, and not for Larian, who reads All, that bear would remain an NPC. I am the voice of Khalsin and I am eternally grateful to you.

    Initially, Larian was conceived as a simple NPC, but the reaction of the community led to a revision of the plans. The actor stressed that the developers really read everything that users write and, apparently, does not leave their desires unnoticed.

    Baldur’s Gate 3 is a massive open world RPG from the creators of the Divinity: Original Sin series. Larian has announced that they are moving the PC version’s release date forward by a month from August 31 to August 3 to avoid clashing with Bethesda’s Starfield launching in early September. The PlayStation 5 version, meanwhile, has been slightly delayed until September 6, while the Xbox Series X and S versions remain without a release date (more on Baldur’s Gate 3’s Xbox delay here).

    In an interview, Vincke said that the developers believe that a typical Baldur’s Gate 3 playthrough takes between 75 and 100 hours. However, players who want to “do it all” should look forward to doubling that number.

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