Baldur’s Gate 3 officially launches cross-save across Steam, Stadia, Mac, and GoG

Story: Now your Baldur’s Gate 3 online saves are playable across multiple platforms/services

In Baldur’s Gate 3 Community Update #11, Larian Studios announced that cross-save is “finally activated” for the title.  An excerpt from the post reads as follows:

It was partially functional between Steam and GoG but we didn’t really want to talk about it widely until we had it working across all platforms we’re currently released on. Now, your Larian account facilitates cross-save via the omnipresent ‘cloud’ the world is always talking about. The best thing is that we’re the ones running this cross-save service, so we’re totally in control of it. This means you’re able to share your saves across Steam, Stadia, Mac, and GoG. If you’re online, your save file will automatically upload to the cloud once it’s created, including all autosaves as you play. In an airport lounge on a laptop? Connect to Google Stadia and continue your adventure, for example…

Baldur’s Gate 3 is the highly successful and critically acclaimed sequel developed by Larian Studios. This game has been able to produce pretty high rankings sales wise, even though it’s currently in beta. Fans of this entry will undoubtedly be excited over the news. Read the entire community post here .