Baldur’s Gate 3 developer Larian Studios has revealed the most popular multiclass combinations chosen by players since the game’s launch. These selections allow players to contribute as needed from different classes rather than having to unlock higher level abilities from a single profession.
Baldur’s Gate 3 has a level cap of 12, which limits the number of classes that can be added to the game, as each level must be spent on a specific class, rather than as experience points gained. In Baldur’s Gate 2, where experience points were distributed equally among multiple classes, some multiclass selections are better than others, as the primary wizard classes (Bard, Cleric, Druid, Sorcerer, Warlock, and Wizard) have their own spell slots. It’s best to focus on your classes to maximize your.
Baldur’s Gate 3’s Most Popular Multiclass Combos Have Been Revealed
A new post by Larian on the Official PlayStation Blog reveals the most popular multiclass selections in Baldur’s Gate 3. Sadly, Baldur’s Gate 3 multiclass builds that require an achievement are not on the list. Instead, up top is the Rogue/Ranger, which maximizes archery damage potential through Sneak Attacks and the Ranger’s various fighting style buffs and magic.
Both the second and third options are related to Barbarians. The second most popular option is the Barbarian/Fighter, which has a lot of hit points and can maximize its action economy. The third option is the Barbarian/Paladin, who can deal a lot of damage by combining Rage and Divine Smite in a single action. It is likely that these are Paladins of Tempus, god of war.
The next four options are strictly Paladin related, as the fourth is Cleric/Paladin, the fifth is Fighter/Paladin, the sixth is Paladin/Warlock, and the seventh is Warlock/Paladin. It’s no surprise to see the Paladin/Warlock mix on the list, as it is one of the most powerful mixes in D&D 5E. If anything, it’s that it’s a tier below Cleric/Paladin, which is a poor multiclass mix despite how similar they are.
If Baldur’s Gate 3 gets a DLC that increases the level cap to 20, then multiclassing will become even more interesting, as the current cap restricts some of the fun options players can make in D&5E. Players can still create a number of cool builds in the current game, and people seem to be mixing Paladins and Warlocks with different classes to make the most of their unique skills.