I admit that Baldur's Gate 3 is a very good game. It might well be remembered as the best game of 2023. It is not a perfect game. But God help me when I try to mention that it is anything less than perfect. It already has a fan community, and some segments of its fan community are already treating it like a messianic revelation of perfection for the entire human race.
I don't like the "every knee shall bow" attitude. It is commonly found in fanatical Christian sects (Romans 14:11 -- It is written: “’As surely as I live,’ says the Lord, ‘every knee will bow before me; every tongue will acknowledge God.’”) but it can be found anywhere humans gather together.
When I started the game, I was burned out from dealing with difficult people in real life social circles. I started Baldur's Gate 3 as a vacation from difficult people. For a few precious hours, I was able to enjoy the game without complications. Then I was foolish enough to discuss its perceived shortcomings, and I realized that I can find plenty of difficult people in Internet social circles as well.
Postscript: The game has good tactical battle environments with interesting verticality. I am undecided as to whether I like the characters and the storyline, but if you like D&D as a fantasy battle system, you will probably enjoy the combat, if nothing else.