How to Change Dice Skin in BG3 to Deluxe Edition Skin

If you don’t know how to change the dice skin in BG3 to Deluxe Edition (well, skins), you’re not the only one. Plenty of people can’t figure the system out. Even those that have managed to reach their camp, open the chest and find all the other deluxe items are struggling. Well, in this guide, we are going to clear everything up. We will show you how to change dice skin in BG3. Let’s begin!

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how to change dice skin in bg3 to deluxe edition skin
How to Change Dice Skin in BG3 to Deluxe Edition Skin

Where to Find Baldur’s Gate 3 Deluxe Edition Dice Skin

The short answer is: you don’t find any Deluxe Edition dice skin in BG3 or Baldur’s Gate 3, you get them from the very beginning and you can change them from the get-go. Yes, really. Unlike all the other Deluxe Edition items, which you have to pick up from the chest in your camp after the introductory sequence, you can access the dice from the jump. The only catch is figuring out how to actually change them, but we’ll get to that in the next section. One thing we do have to mention is that other players won’t see your dice skins in multiplayer. It seems that only you get to enjoy your cool dice. Now that we have that out of the way, here’s how you actually alter their appearance.

BG3 How to Change Dice Skin to Deluxe Edition Skin

To use a BG3 Deluxe Edition dice skin and actually change its appearance, you first have to wait for the game to prompt you to roll. You know, the screen where you actually have to click on the dice and abide by the result? That one. Before rolling, look in the bottom left corner. You’ll see a tiny little icon there. Click it, and boom, you’ll get a list of dice skins that you own and you can select the one you want. Yes, it really is that easy, and no, I’m not entirely sure why they decided to borderline hide the icon like they did.

how to use & change deluxe edition dice skin in baldurs gate 3
Click the little button in the bottom left
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