Where to find Deluxe Edition items in Baldurs Gate - Players who purchase the Baldur's Gate 3 Digital Deluxe Edition, as well as those who purchase the game on PC during Early Access, are eligible for additional bonuses.
These are mostly in-game items and some fans may not be able to figure out how to get them. This guide will help players find the Digital Deluxe Edition items in Baldur's Gate 3.
Players will be able to receive Digital Deluxe Edition items after completing the tutorial and being able to go to camp. For the uninitiated, the camp is a special place where party members can chat and relax in Baldur's Gate 3. The camp is accessed by clicking the fire icon on the right side of the shortcut bar and selecting "go to the camp".
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Upon reaching the camp, players need to look for the chest icon on the minimap. This icon represents the Traveler's Chest from Baldur's Gate 3 and is where fans of the game will find most of the Digital Deluxe Edition items.
In particular, from the traveler's chest you can take a werewolf mask, a chest with special clothes (containing the Red Prince's cloak, a merry orchestral lute, a sea animal bikora and a thief's feather) and the set mystical adventurer's card (containing camping items and potions).
The Traveler's Chest will not include the Deluxe Dice skin. However, fans have nothing to worry about as the cosmetic has already been announced and can be used anytime a d20 roll is offered. To do this, simply click on the small Customize Dice icon that appears in the bottom left corner of the screen below the tooltip, then select the desired Dice layout.
What remains is the digital original soundtrack, the digital art book and the digital character sheets, which you can find in the "DigitalDeluxe" folder. This folder can be accessed by right-clicking on Baldur's Gate 3 in the Steam Library, hovering over "Manage" and selecting "Browse Local Files".
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One last thing worth mentioning is the ability to use Digital Deluxe Edition items on multiple characters. As such, Baldur's Gate 3 players are free to take items from the Traveler's Chest, even if they think they'll end up creating a new character.