Starfield might have hit early access last week, and will be getting its full launch just a couple of days from now, but the Baldur’s Gate 3 hype still refuses to die down. Partly because it will be getting its full PS5 release on Wednesday, but also because it’s a very popular game with a tonne of stuff to do. A lot of that stuff revolves around romancing other characters, and if the limitation of only being able to romance one character at a time without running the risk of upsetting them has been bothering you, I’ve got some good news.
Just in case you’re not clued in on the basics of romance in Baldur’s Gate 3, which seems unlikely if you’ve played it considering how horny everyone is, the process is split into two stages. First you date someone, and if all goes well, you’ll eventually be in a relationship with them. While the game will let you date two people at the same time, problems arise if you have more than one relationship on the go. That’s where wilhelm’s mod comes in.
Appropriately dubbed the No Romance Limit mod, and available to download through Nexus Mods, the mod stops characters you’re already in committed relationships with from getting upset and breaking up with you should you date and start a relationship with someone else. Not only does that mean you can take it to the next level with the other person you’re dating if you were bouncing between two people, but you can, in theory, date and start relationships with everyone in the game.
That might make things a little problematic though, and not only because you’ll need to run all over Faerûn trying to keep countless people happy. It’s noted on the mod’s page that certain cutscenes might be missing, and its creator urges anyone who wants to take their mod for a spin to save regularly just in case they do run into any problems.
If you are having trouble choosing between characters to romance in Baldur’s Gate 3 and this mod sounds like the answer to all your problems, you might want to wait until the game’s horny bug is fixed. There was a little bit of discourse when the game launched as people argued over whether the characters were too randy or not. Turns out a bug at launch actually made them a little hornier than Larian intended. Probably wise to steer clear of the polyamory mod until that bug is fixed to avoid exhausting your character.
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