Baldur's Gate 3 Voice Actor Claims There's A Two-Hour Section Of The Game No One Has Found Yet

Astarion actor Neil Newbon refused to offer even the slightest hint toward how to find it.

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Baldur's Gate 3's Astarion voice actor Neil Newbon claimed on a livestream that there is an approximately two-hour section of the game that no one has found yet.

Newborn said this on one of his regular livestreams on August 31. However, he revealed no details about what the area is and where one could find it. "There's even something I know about that you can't get to unless you do something that I don't think anyone's going to work out," he said. "I was told this in confidence and I think I'm one of the few people who knows about it as well."

It's also unknown if it involves Astarion, as Newbon refused to clarify. As of writing, the livestream was a few weeks ago, so it's possible that someone has found it since and either hasn't uploaded the footage or that it hasn't hit the broader community. However, our own efforts didn't turn up anything.

A game as large as Baldur's Gate 3 is bound to have some secrets, both large and small. Recent footage of a fourth-wall-breaking moment with Karlach recently surfaced on Reddit. Voice actor Samantha Béart confirmed on Twitter/X that moment was real, but claimed that the clip came from manipulating the game's files. It's still unknown how exactly the moment triggers.

In other news, Patch 3 is on the way and will add a "magic mirror" to camp that lets you change your character's appearance. The Baldur's Gate 3 voice actors are also getting together to play D&D as their characters in the game.

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