There is a joke about Baldur’s Gate 3 and Larian in the special issue of the South Park hastened to correct the authors of the series

This is not the same leviafan of the television satire as he was once, but, probably, there is still some kind of buzz that "South Park" refers to something that you did. Nobody needed to confirm that Baldur’s Gate 3 was very successful, but a joke about interdimensional storage files BG3 in the last issue "JUP" emphasizes how widespread the role -playing game.

But as a good, strict DM, which does not allow the rules to go beyond the scope only because the players are joking, the developer Baldur’s Gate 3 hastened to correct the creators "JUP", who made a mistake. Larian Studios noted that the joke does not correctly reflect the possibilities of cross-preservation in BG3.

In a special issue called "South Park: joining Panders", The premiere of which took place yesterday at Paramount+, we are talking about multiverse, in which there was also a place for Baldur’s Gate 3.

In one of the fragments of Cartman from alternative reality (performed by Dzhanshia Adams-Gignard) complains that "Already about 50 hours playing Baldur’s Gate 3", but forced to start a new game. "Do not save from one universe to another?" – She asks.

Stan answers: "Saving do not even intersect between PC and PS5, why should they cross between several universal?"

However, as Larian noted, the preservation of Baldur’s Gate 3 can be common to PC and PS5.

Although the preservation of Baldur’s Gate 3 cannot cross multi -vertic barriers, we can confirm that they are really tolerated between PC and PS5.

Otherwise, it was a worthy gag. And about whether Larian plans to support cross-reservations in the future is not yet known. But if you want to use the Baldur’s Gate 3 cross-saving function in this universe, you can do this using the Larian account account.