The performer of the role of Mintara in Baldur's Gate 3 returned to the studio - there is hope for new content
Baldur's Gate 3 continues to be popular. Larian Studios continues to update the game with changes, gameplay and other story elements based on fan feedback. And in the case of one of the companions, Mintara, it looks like there will be even more content related to this character in the game, as voice actress Emma Gregory recently announced that she is back in the studio.
Gregory, who voiced Mintara in Baldur's Gate 3, recently posted a tweet saying that she was back in the studio and might be recording new lines. Of course, this led fans to speculate that Larian might be working on adding new Mintara content to the game.
The fact that she wrote the word " Absolute" with a capital B, is a reference to Baldur's Gate 3, as Pitstop is the recording studio where all the voices for the game were recorded.
Mintara is a character who you realize could become a constant companion in the game Baldur's Gate 3, especially if you are not playing an evil character. Last month, Larian released a fix that more or less improved the romance with Mintara, opening up new dialogue options that were previously blocked due to a bug. According to fans, since the release of the update, "improvements" have been made. there wasn't much for a companion, although that could change soon if Gregory possibly records new lines for his character.
Baldur's Gate 3 is available now for PS5 and PC. A version for Xbox Series X/S will arrive later this year.