Notable Boss Battles and More in Baldur’s Gate 3
It has been noted that players of Baldur’s Gate 3 have agreed on a few favorite boss battles in the role-playing game. These discussions and conclusions among the game's PC players have been ongoing for some time.
Along with preferred boss battles, players have also been discussing their favorite class and subclass combinations and the best in-game romance options. Consequently, it is no surprise that there have emerged preferred boss battles among BG3 players. The general consensus suggests several boss encounters are particularly worthy of appreciation.
Favorites: Raphael and Myrkul
In a discussion about favorite bosses, the character of Raphael was a clear favorite for many. Described as providing the only boss fight in years to cause goosebumps and a real adrenaline rush, the music, atmosphere, and build-up of Raphael's fight have been highly praised. The Raphael fight seemed to captivate the majority of players, with many comments agreeing that this character steals the show, providing their own boss music and entertainingly engaging gameplay.
Other players found Raphael’s story development brilliant, with declarations of 'Raphael clearly number 1' common throughout the discussion thread. When discussing fan-favorite bosses within Baldur’s Gate 3, Myrkul also appeared to be a frontrunner. Responding to the original question, one player mentioned that while Raphael wins for ambiance, the intro for Myrkul had them in awe.
Several others in the thread also appreciated the Myrkul battle, with one describing it as having the best visual spectacle.' Aside from Raphael, it’s got to be Myrkul for me. He wasn’t the toughest boss… but out of all the chosen fights and their gods, he was the one that actually felt terrifying, especially with that intro,' was another popular agreement among the players.
Potential Changes in Preference
It will be intriguing to see if these preferences change as time goes on, especially considering PlayStation audiences may not yet have had enough time to form their own definitive conclusions.