Baldur’s Gate 3 Patch 6 Patch Notes, Explained

Get ready for a romantic evening in Faerun with your favorite BG3 character, thanks to Larian Studios’ Valentine’s Day update. Here are all the details you need to know about the latest patch for Baldur’s Gate 3.

Baldur’s Gate 3 Patch 6 Patch Notes

Patch 6 for Baldur’s Gate 3 was released on February 16, 2024. Here’s a breakdown of everything new in the game:

New Kissing Animations

With love as the central theme of Patch 6, new and improved kissing animations have been added. These romantic scenes now feature more sensual and intricate kissing animations, including variants based on characters’ height.

New Camp Animations

Additionally, Patch 6 introduces a variety of new animations for party members in your camp. Now, when idle, characters can be seen sharpening their weapons or simply passing the time.

Improvements and Fixes

Here are some key fixes and improvements in Patch 6:

  • Players can now switch to Custom Mode if they started their game on a set difficulty.
  • Issue preventing travel between acts has been fixed.
  • Added light bar colors for the DualSense controller on PC.
  • Various graphic settings issues have been resolved.
  • Improved combat AI pathfinding and knock out methods for recruiting Minthara.
  • Party’s inventory is now present in the trade interface.

Furthermore, Shield Bash and Rebuke of the Mighty have been improved, making Saving Throws easier to perform. Conversations have also been tweaked, putting the main character at the forefront.

The file size for the update is approximately 150GB, and players are advised to free up space on their devices. Additionally, Mac users can expect a release soon.

For more information on Baldur’s Gate 3 and to pass the time while waiting for the update, check out our feature on the best DnD races that would’ve made the game even better.

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