Swen Vincke says Larian is getting closer and closer to achieving the performance they initially aimed for.
For the most part, Baldur's Gate 3 shows great performance numbers even on less powerful computers, but there's one part that makes PC rigs and PlayStation 5 sweat. You might have noticed that when you get to the final act, the game's performance noticeably drops.
Image credit: Larian Studios, Baldur's Gate 3
Larian is aware of this issue and continues to work on improvements. Studio head Swen Vincke decided to address optimization noting that their programmers will surprise players with optimization when they finish their work.
The director said there have been delays, but Larian is getting closer and closer to achieving the performance they initially aimed for. "I think they'll manage to surprise everyone still. They're very motivated," said Vincke.
Previously, Wizards of the Coast and Larian Studios revealed they are very pleased with how Baldur's Gate 3 is performing. The Hasbro subsidiary would like to work with other teams that have a great idea for a game. Learn more here.