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Baldur's Gate 3 developer Larian Studios is one-and-done, crafting one of the greatest RPGs of our time before bouncing. They are working on two new games, which the masterful studio claims will be even better. Earlier, we brought you word that the Belgium-based developer had just opened its seventh office in Poland, with the developer ready to move on to more incredible things. Still, studio founder and director Swen Vincke was recently asked if he had any advice for whoever has to follow Larian's performance.

Speaking to GamesRadar+ at the Digital Dragon's conference in Poland, Vincke said that he doesn't want to "poison the well" by offering the theoretical Baldur's Gate sequel developer advice, instead suggesting: "It's going to be up to them. I mean, they have to do their own thing, right... I look forward to seeing what they're going to do with it. I honestly think there are so many things that you could do. So they have a realm of possibility waiting for them."

The Baldur's Gate IP has been legendary since the late 90s, at least on PC. Currently held by the toymaker Hasbro, the massive entity has been threatening to capitalise on the success of Baldur's Gate 3 since its release last year, making a bold $1 billion bet on internal game development. We'll watch for news of whoever takes the reins next and hope they are given the time, resources, and trust to make a sequel worthy of the series.

How are you feeling about the future of the Baldur's Gate series? Is there a developer you can think of that would be up to the task, provided they were allowed to cook properly? In the comments below, cross your fingers and pray to all the gods for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous and Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader developer Owlcat Games.