Baldur’s Gate 3’s customisable dongs, balls, front-bum and more praised by fans

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Credit: Larian Studios

baldurs gate 3 customisable dongs balls front bum
Credit: Larian Studios

Baldur’s Gate 3? BallDong’s Gate 3, more like, as fans of Larian’s massive RPG are celebrating the game’s deeply customizable genitals.

Fans on the game’s subreddit are celebrating the game’s impressively detailed customisation of genitalia. Via the game’s extensive character creator, players can choose how long their shlong is or if their vagina is hairy.

It’s not perfect, at least not for people who care about customizing these specific parts. Players won’t be able to choose how their “bussy” looks, which is the butthole for those unaware. We deserve to make that choice in Baldur’s Gate 3, no matter how awkward it looks. Baldur’s Gate Bussy DLC, when? This is important.

The strong arm meme celebrating genitals in Baldur's Gate 3.
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Credit: Batarian Preacher (Reddit)

Players will be able to do this for all races and classes too, making the prospect much more tempting. Imagine making one of those Dragonborns with big pee pee energy or a hairier cave than anything encountered in the game.

Although it’s a rare commodity, there have been other games that let you change your ugly parts. CD Projekt’s Cyberpunk 2077 also lets you modify your bits-and-bobs, though it’s not too useful there since the game is in first-person. Popular MMO Conan Exiles also let you customize these parts, which is what got the game its following.

Joke aside, being able to choose your genitals and how they look is another reason why Baldur’s Gate 3 stands out from other AAA games. Romance and sexuality have been a major part of Dungeons & Dragons recently, so these choices make sense. This is why players can rawdog a bear; it’s all part of the roleplaying experience.

Even if all the privates jokes get old, replaying the game won’t. Larian Studios proudly stated that their RPG will have over 170 hours worth of cutscenes. Not to mention that there will be 17,000 endings to get, all of which are dependent on your choices.

Read More: Baldur’s Gate 3 offline play and no microtransactions praised by fans

Baldur’s Gate 3, or BallDong’s Gate 3, is coming to PC on August 3 and PS5 on September 6.

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