Since its launch, Baldur’s Gate 3 has quickly demonstrated its strong appeal, and is even a potential candidate for the title of best game of the year at the upcoming The Game Awards. . However, because it is a story-based role-playing game and although there are countless things to explore, Baldur’s Gate 3 still leaves many regrets for players when it is limited in content. To deal with this, Larian Studios recently launched Honor Mode – an honor mode and also a new challenge in the game.
Basically, Honor Mode will be the final challenge of Baldur’s Gate 3. Basically, it is similar to Hardcore mode in Diablo 4 where gamers will only have a single save file and at any time If the adventuring party is destroyed, the entire adventure will end and it will be impossible to save/load to pass this challenge. Besides, the strength of the bosses also becomes unpredictable and possesses higher difficulty. For Larian Studios, the launch of this mode is a message to retain players longer with Baldur’s Gate 3. But it seems that is not enough.
Because just recently, not long after Honor Mode was released, gamers flocked to clear this super difficult content, even with speed. The latest record belongs to Chronos, who completed this challenge in less than 40 minutes and was done live on Twitch. His fastest complete run was recorded at 38 minutes and 8 seconds, and seeing how Chronos overcomes difficult challenges in just a few seconds shows how easy Baldur’s Gate 3 really is. Just kidding, this gamer has definitely had to practice hard.
Of course, Larian Studios always knows how to create surprises. If you feel that Honor Mode is still not “sufficient” for you, gamers can completely add additional options and create their own set of rules and regulations for the game screen to increase the difficulty even further. . However, not many people are optimistic that Baldur’s Gate 3 will be so difficult that no one can overcome it. The question now may only lie in when someone will set a new time record.