Baldur’s Gate 3: Faith-Leap Trial Guide

Baldur’s Gate 3: Faith-Leap Trial Guide

Players that are struggling to traverse the hidden path in Baldur’s Gate 3’s Faith-Leap Trial can find help in this short guide.

The Faith-Leap Trial is one of the test that players will face in Baldur’s Gate 3‘s Gauntlet of Shar. To complete this test, fans must traverse an invisible path, and they can claim an Umbral Gem upon reaching the end. This guide is here to provide more details on this process, and it will help players that may be stuck on the Faith-Leap Trial in Baldur’s Gate 3.

Baldur’s Gate 3: Faith-Leap Trial Walkthrough

The key to completing the Faith-Leap Trial is to focus on the floor between the room’s entrance and its Ancient Altar. Indeed, there are some very interesting markings in that position, and they depict a path that Baldur’s Gate 3 players can follow to safely reach the other side of the room.

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While that information alone should make completing the Faith-Leap Trial possible, some players may still find it difficult to traverse the hidden path without falling. Here are a few tips that those fans should look to employ, and the image that is below demonstrates the exact route that they should take:

  • Zoom out as far as possible to make referencing the markings by the entrance easier while crossing.
  • Use the platforms to fine-tune positioning. For example, if the floor depicts a path that moves up from the center of a platform, players should make sure to match that positioning before proceeding.
  • Use Baldur’s Gate 3‘s quick save feature frequently to avoid losing progress.
bg3 faith leap trial guide

To note, that method is not the only way to complete the Faith-Leap Trial, and it can actually be finished without ever setting foot on the hidden path. To do this, fans should use Fly on a party member, activate Turn-Based Mode, and then Fly from one platform to the next until they ultimately reach the Umbral Gem. For the uninitiated, Fly is a Level 3 Transmutation spell that can be learned by Sorcerers, Warlocks, and Wizards in Baldur’s Gate 3, and it does come as a Potion and a Scroll.

Regardless of how a player chooses to address the Faith-Leap Trial, they will be free to continue their exploration of Baldur’s Gate 3‘s Gauntlet of Shar once they have its Umbral Gem in hand. Indeed, there are several other trials to complete, puzzles to solve, and mysteries to unravel in this Act 2 location. Fans will also be forced to make an important choice as they reach the end of the dungeon, and it can have a significant impact on the game moving forward.

Baldur’s Gate 3 is available now on PC. A PS5 version releases on September 6.

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