If you grew up playing the Dungeons and Dragons table-top games, then you've probably had the pleasure of also experiencing the Baldur's Gate franchise. It is beloved by many around the world for its in-depth systems and lore. Every time one of these RPGs comes out, it sends a wave of excitement throughout the community. \n \nBaldur's Gate 3 by Larian Studios is no different. Currently, there is no release date but fans have been treated to a demo experience where actual gameplay was shown. It comes from PAX East and judging by initial fan reactions, it's painting an amazing experience right out of the gate. There are many things worth highlighting from the demo, but for time's sake, let's just get into some of the most notable aspects that everyone is buzzing about. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=B9hU6UJX_pc \n \nThe demo starts off showing the character creation system. There are all sorts of customizations you'll be able to make to your character. Along with many races like humans and elves, you'll be able to change the sex, body type, hair, and clothing of your character. The added freedom lets you design a character exactly to your liking. Right away, that should please many Baldur's Gate fans. \n \nJust as impressive as the race options are the class choices. These include wizard, fighting, ranger, and rogue. There appears to be a class for every type of play style, depending on how you want to approach situations and combat. So far, so good. \n \nNext, let's highlight the dialogue system. It comes as no surprise that it is pretty in-depth. Each time you interact with a character, you have a number of responses to select. How you respond to each question or remark could shape the course of the game. Thus, you're locked into every interaction with the NPCs. That sounds like a winning recipe. \n \nNow let's talk about some of the combat. The various combat scenarios shown in the demo are promising. We see a lot of strategy used in the turn-based combat. Every situation is different and there are plenty of systems to master. You can approach combat however you please, which will probably depend on the class and race you chose at the beginning. \n \nThere does appear to be a learning curve in the beginning, especially for those who're new to this series. That's just a testament of the developer innovating the series like never before. All in all, this was a successful gameplay reveal for Larian Studios. It's clear they've made a lot of improvements from the previous installment. Fans are really in store for something special.