Baldur's Gate 3 To Support Razer Chroma

The visual effects tech will help set the mood and navigate the menus in Baldur's Gate 3.

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During Razer's livestream presentation at CES, the company announced that Baldur's Gate 3 will get Razer Chroma functionality with its line of Chroma-enabled products. A brief trailer showed off the functionality working with a Razer keyboard and mouse.

Razer Chroma changes the coloring across the full RGB lighting spectrum in certain lit areas of its peripherals, like underneath the keys and on the letter caps of a keyboard. In the video we saw this used to set the mood with red lighting during a particularly demonic moment, highlighting the number keys during a decision moment, and even using the keys to approximate the shape of a D20. The announcement promised the functionality is coming soon, but did not give a date.

Also during its presentation, Razer announced a new line of gaming laptops, a smart mask with lighting and safety features, a gaming chair with an OLED screen, and a partnership with Hello Kitty.

Baldur's Gate 3 released in early access last year, and a release date for the final version is still unannounced. In GameSpot's Baldur's Gate 3 early access review, David Wildgoose wrote that it "shows a good deal of promise, yet there are plenty of warning signs it may not fulfill its potential."

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