Baldur’s Gate 3 Save Editor Guide

Baldur’s Gate 3 is a game that is highly influenced by Dungeon and Dragons gameplay mechanics, which has gotten several players hooked.

While the game is fun and challenging, some players may want to alter their saves to undo or change specific elements in ways the game does not provide.

This is where a Save Editor comes in, which is an application mainly used to modify save files for a game to the player’s choosing.

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What is a Save Editor?

A Save Editor is essentially a tool used to alter a save file as well as any characters that you have within that save as well as their progress.

Most Save Editors for other games would allow you to alter your players’ level, stats, equipment, game progress and much more.

This is considered to be cheating in a way since Baldur’s Gate 3 does not have any tool used to do this and may not ever create one.

Is There A Baldur’s Gate 3 Save Editor?

Currently, there are no applications that may be used to alter a Baldur’s Gate 3 save file and none are known to be in development now.

The best that players can do when it comes to save files is to either back them up or delete them from the save file location.

In the future, this would also be the same directory you would look for if a Save Editor will be created but it would be wise to back up your files first.

Save Editor Alternatives

While there are currently no Save Editors for Baldur’s Gate 3, an alternative way to modify the game (not its save files) is with the use of an application called WeMod.

This application is free and can provide players with ways of altering the way the game is played with certain cheats that can be activated.

Some of the different options you have when using Baldur’s Gate 3 include modifying stats, experience, companion approval, dice roll succession, and more.


While the use of Save Editors and cheats in Baldur’s Gate 3 can alter the way you enjoy the game, it is sometimes best to play it naturally.

The use of such applications would probably be acceptable if a problem occurred and you wanted to make up for it slightly instead of trying to cheese your way through the game.

Until Save Editors are available, the best way to watch out for your saves is to have a lot of them and back them up when necessary.

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Michael James has been an avid gamer since he was young. He loves to play video games and enjoys writing about it to share his experience and ideas with others. Aside from playing, he also enjoys helping other gamers both ingame and on-site.

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