As you surely know if you are on these pages, yesterday Larian announced Baldur’s Gate 3 during the Stadia Connect event, where all the information on Google Stadia was revealed. The game has obviously not left the immense fanbase indifferent, which has punctually gone mad in the grip of hype.
And while the product related pages have already been entered on Steam and on GOG, for example, on Epic Games Store the game is not yet present. However, this is not a delay, but rather a precise choice by Larian, who has decided to stay away from the Epic store due to ideological questions: the software house does not approve of their exclusivity policy.
The CEO and founder of the company, Swen Vincke, talked about it: “You will see the pages of Steam appear, the pages of GOG, but not that of Epic Games. I don’t see why we should, I don’t believe in exclusives, I prefer to be everywhere.”
Quite eloquent words to those of Vincke, who then continued: “The device you use should not be of any importance to play our games. It is the only way in which these can spread, so I do not care to be stuck on a platform or another “.
Baldur’s Gate 3 should also be published simultaneously on both Google Stadia and PC, so there will be no exclusive time even for the benefit of Google.
What do you think of the developer’s words?