Baldur’s Gate 3 rolls out a hotfix for gamers who’ve ‘angered the RNG Gods’
In a February Baldur’s Gate 3 replace, the one which added druids who can flip into huge badgers, Larian additionally added an choice to play with loaded cube. The thought was to “easy out the extremes of the bell curve”, adjusting the randomness in order that gamers who’ve a couple of dangerous rolls in a row are assured a superb one, and vice versa. Even after that, complaints concerning the cube continued to roll in: “We have seen the cube described as being harsh, cursed, rigged and somebody stated the RNG was downright evil,” Larian writes.
And so the newest patch, hotfix #10, adjusts the behind-the-scenes math of these loaded cube in order that the uncaring d20 will proceed to reward gamers who are suffering a string of dangerous luck, however by no means punish them for having fun with a couple of crits in a row. As Larian says, “This one goes out to all of you (and us) who’ve clearly angered the RNG Gods in a former life and been cursed to fail cube rolls at each flip.”
After all, loaded cube stay a purely optionally available characteristic—the toggle is simply above digicam choices within the menu, and is listed as Weighted Cube—and I’ll proceed refusing to make use of it as if it is a matter of precept anyone cares about. I’ve performed sufficient Blood Bowl to know the cube should not my mates.
The notes additionally point out that this patch has “Fastened crash when analyzing a deactivated entity (just like the Bulette disappearing)”, however that is a lot tougher to spin a headline out of.
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