I still don't understand the resistance to a 6 person party. It doesn't hurt players who just want 4. If you like only 4 because you don't want to have the hassle of managing the items and equipment of 6, then only have 4 in your party. And by the way, I don't understand this anyway because you still have to manage all the items of your entire group at camp.
Larian hinted that we are going to lose companions after Act I, the party will probably shrink like in OS2. Chances are that your entire group will become four people.
Yeah, they did. Sounds like an additional reason that makes the party of four complete shit. The only thing shittier than a small party in a CRPG is a small party where you aren't even allowed to swap an extended circle of companions around.
Originally Posted by mrfuji3
Let's turn this around. You've said that you want to be able to play solo (with something like a lone wolf mode right?); how do you think such a mode should be implemented in BG3?
Oh well, Larian will find a way and, be assured, it will have nothing to do with how D&D is supposed to work.