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Baldur's Gate 3 has been the first game that I've ever gone in at during Early Access. It's still a full year or two out, so it's not surprising to me that it has a good number of problems and that many things are bound to change before final release. I won't get into the experience too much here, but with it I've had to readjust my thinking and playing style entirely different than playing any other game. I've become a tester, greatly involved in providing feedback and suggestions, blindly hoping that the developers might see and review any of it.
I'm curious if this is pretty standard for Early Access. Do most games that offer Early Access do so this far out? Of course, I'll expect to see lots of patches before final release, but I'm also curious how much of a game's content is normally available for Early Access. Are there any industry standards of what is normally made available for Early Access, as well as how much transparency and regular feedback I can expect to see?