Baldur’s Gate 3 has 12 playable classes including the brand-new Monk class and even if you’re familiar with Dungeons and Dragons classes, it’s still going to be a challenge to choose which one to play first. We sat down with some of the developers to get their opinions on the strengths and weaknesses of each class, and find out which are their personal favorites to play.
GameSpot interviewed Larian Studios game director Swen Vincke, lead writer Adam Smith, and lead systems designer Nick Pechenin to get their opinion on each of Baldur’s Gate 3’s playable classes. There’s a class to suit any play style, and the three devs break that down, class by class.
For example, the devs pick the Fighter or Warlock as good options for beginner players, as classes that are simpler to play and easier to level up than other options. Players looking for a more complex experience might go for the broader spell list of a Wizard or the versatility of a Cleric, or come up with fun ways to break the game with the Sorcerer’s metamagic.
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