It is finally time, Baldur's Gate 3 is almost upon us. First available in early access, now adventurers are gearing up for the full game being out. There is definitely no time to rest anymore. So, you might be asking: how do you leave camp in Baldur’s Gate 3?
This problem might pop up pretty early on in the game during the tutorial. You definitely don’t want to be stuck there, wondering then what you’re missing out on, perhaps some of the best mods or some nifty companions out there.
But do not fret, as the answer should hopefully not be too difficult. So let’s look at how to leave camp in Baldur’s Gate 3.
How to leave camp in Baldur’s Gate 3
To leave camp in Baldur’s Gate 3, click on the bedroll and select “Leave camp.” It is definitely quite easy, but the game does not seem to explain it very well, so players might get confused.
Here are the steps to leave camp in Baldur’s Gate 3:
- Find the bedroll, which should be right in the centre of your camp.
- Click on the bedroll and a menu will open.
- From there, select the “Leave Camp” option.
- You can also choose to fast-travel to a previously visited location, or alternatively, continue to rest.
It is worth mentioning that there is also a useful “Leave camp” button which you will find on the map menu, which also works. From there, you will be teleported automatically to the last location you visited before you decided to camp.
An alternate way to leave camp
In Baldur's Gate 3, if you're looking for an alternative way to leave camp without opening the menu and navigating through the options, there is indeed a shortcut available.
To swiftly exit the camp in Baldur's Gate 3:
- Press the “Escape” key on your keyboard, which will bring up the game menu.
- Navigate through the menu options and select “Leave Camp.”
- Similar to the other methods, this will teleport you back to the last location you were at before setting up camp.
It is definitely quite simple, but let’s look at other important information about camping.
Information on leaving camp in Baldur’s Gate 3
There are some quirks to how you camp in Baldur’s Gate 3 which might be useful to keep in mind, to avoid finding yourself in situations where you might think to be stuck.
For example, if you are playing with other players in co-op mode, when you decide to camp everyone will be teleported along with you.
Also, during conversations, it is not possible to leave camp before it is over. That is a good thing to have in place, to avoid finding yourself in glitched situations. Finally, keep in mind that during nighttime, your options for fast travel might be limited to a closer radius, as opposed to daytime.
That is all the useful information about camping in Baldur’s Gate 3. Remember to keep your character well-rested, so they will have enough health points for the next enemy encounters