Lauren Studios released new information about races and classes this morning Gateway to Baltur3 During initial access. According to information released by the developers today, you can access 16 races and subdivisions, as well as six classes starting from the first class, which will start on October 6, 2020. All six of those classes will be Priest, Warrior, Ranger, Rock, Warlock and Guide. As for racing, you can play human, kithyanki, elf, throw, half-elf, dwarf, halffling, and deepling. You can read more about the options below and see the gallery you can choose from.
Initially, players will be able to create humans, kithyanki, elves, sloths, half-gods, dwarfs, hawks and daffodils, including subgroups of each race. Initial access output Gateway to Baltur3 Provides approximately 25 hours of content designed for multiple playthroughs. Players can create their own characters in single-player, or as a party of up to four players in multiplayer, each with their own character. More alien races to Sword Beach – such as Troy and Kithyanki – are very rare for the average NPC, and you can see that their interactions are unique. The world Gateway to Baltur3 This is a very reactive one, so this single choice will make a huge difference in your gaming experience.
Elena Dubrovina, Lauren Studio’s lead character artist, “When cinematic dialogues were introduced for PG3, we realized we had to make a big quality leap to character art. We wanted the characters to change their look so beautifully. We had to be innovative to create such large – sized heads of the desired quality. We decided to use scanned faces in our product to create as realistic characters as possible.We scanned 40 people of different ages and races.We focused on aspects that could fit into one of the fantasy races.We looked for faces with versatility capable of having one of them unique or matching different characters. , We turned it into about 150 unique heads of different species.Look now in the game, that number will continue to grow. S had their features, but others became the starting point for creating new faces. We also used scanned data as a source of learning because there is no better sculptor than nature. “