It's a bit of a process here; an online magazine named Jeuxactu accidentally leaked screens showing Baldur's Gate III prior to its scheduled unveiling at PAX East (that has yet to be canceled). Jeuxactu noticed their error of pushing the screens early and deleted them, yet not before a Russian publication called DTF managed to capture them, and host them on their website. \n \nNow, the trailer reveal was bound to happen today regardless, showing Baldur's Gate III in-depth with the new systems and mechanics, so the actual damage was minimal regardless of what it could possibly even be. Nonetheless, a bunch of things all occurred today revolving around Baldur's Gate III and opinion varied wildly from fans and developers. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=VrIxrFqSbHQ \n \nNote that this trailer is only twenty minutes, while the actual showing clocking roughly an hour and a half of content. \n \nComing from Larian Studios, and based on the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying system, the hype has been through the roof. Larian Studios is the responsible developer for the wildly successful RPG Divinity franchise that also works off of many Dungeons & Dragons mechanics and has spawned multiple iterations of the RPG, with the vast majority being critically acclaimed. \n \nPresuming that Larian Studios hasn't changed their minds from a year ago, we know that Baldur's Gate III won't be coming to the Epic Games Store; releasing instead on both GOG and Steam. \n \nFrom the screenshots and trailer, there's been one consistent opinion coming from critics and fans alike; it looks surprisingly like Divinity: Original Sin 2. From the isometric angle to aesthetics, it almost appears to be an expansion of Divinity: Original Sin 2, with even the font being a perfect match to the previous title. \n \nSome fans took to Reddit and Twitter asking if it was more a mod, and less a completely different title taking place in a different world. \n \nDespite similarities, and many wishing for a more distinct look, Larian Studios is known for fleshing their worlds out and offering wide freedom of agency to players, and that reputation is carrying them well past the initial hesitation that many are experiencing from seeing the first in-depth look at the game. \n \nWith its adherence to classic Dungeons & Dragons, including death saving rolls and critical misses, it's sure to be a difficult title that welcomes players with deep lore and complex battles taking place throughout a brand new world ripe for exploration. No leaks could stifle that notion unless Larian Studios suddenly takes a nosedive in quality.