In this freshly-launched Baldur’s Gate 3 mod, players get the option to customize a character to their taste when creating a new one.
Moreover, as revealed since the launch of this new feature, many players have shown little to no interest in the character creation feature; instead, they seem to settle with the default characters for each race and gender.
They expressed their distaste by the following remarks;
According to what the team at Larian Studios wrote, “Before the fixes, let’s share something you’ve created yourselves—this is your fault—through your choices in character creation.” They continued saying, “We took the most popular choices in character creation, and recreated this. We thought our analytic system wasn’t working! But we checked. It is.”
They went on to say this, “Congratulations, you’ve basically made the default Vault Dweller. What the hell, guys. We gave you demon eyes, horns, and even tails. We are sorely disappointed. Go crazy. We worked hard on this!”
Notwithstanding, those who are fascinated by the “arts” can get creative by using modder ‘AlanaSP’ who also released a new modification that offers players even more options when creating their characters, like, hairstyles for all races and additional face choices.
Installing the “Custom Character Enhancer” mod is quite simple and needs to implement a few lines of code snippets to the game’s mod-settings.Isx file.
Here’s a brief guide to installing the new mode below:
How To Install • Extract the .Pak file from the archive to DocumentsLarian StudiosBaldur’s Gate 3Mods • Add the lines included in the ReadMe file to your mod settings.lsx, which can be found DocumentsLarian StudiosBaldur’s Gate 3PlayerProfiles”Your Current Profile” .lsx files can be opened with notepad, I recommend notepad++, but bog-standard notepad will do the same job.
Those who will like to try the new mod can download the mod via Nexusmods.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is currently accessible via early-access. Here’s an excerpt from the preview below.
Every single bit of this will put you at the whim of the gods of the d20. I’m already getting to the point where I’m thinking about creating a shrine to the damn thing in hopes that the game realizes that I would very much like to beat rolls of 7, thus making me slightly more persuasive and welcome than a plague addled leper trying to get into a hugging contest.