Borderlands 3 Launch Trailer Showcases the New Vault Hunters

Yolanda Curtis
September 11, 2019

Let's hope they will decide to spend their time with their wives and kids, instead of playing Borderlands 3.

A Psycho cult threatens to tear the galaxy a new one.

One of the hottest gaming tickets of the year, Borderlands 3 is out later this week on 13th September, marking a hopefully triumphant return for the popular looter-shooter defining series.


There will be a bunch of loot available from Shift codes, including golden keys used on a special chest for Borderlands 3 weapons, and various cosmetics such as skins, and character customisations. There's additionally a free PS4 subject in the event that you pre-request on the PlayStation Store, and United Kingdom players who pre-request at Game will get a free Psycho cover (which is a physical thing), while stocks last.

Amara the Siren, Zane the Operative, Moze the Gunner, and FL4K the Beastmaster are shown doing what they do best, wrecking shop and creating mayhem in the fight against the Children of the Vault and the evil Calypso Twins, Troy and Tyreen. Obviously. Guns that grow legs and chase down enemies while hurling verbal insults?

Discover new worlds beyond Pandora, each featuring unique environments to explore and enemies to destroy.


It should be noted that PS4 and Xbox One code doesn't yet look to be distributed, which may suggest the game doesn't perform as well on console and that 2K and Gearbox are deliberately holding it back.

What Time Does Borderlands 3 Unlock? The insane looter-shooter is releasing this Friday. So if you decide you don't like something you invested a skill point into as much as you thought you would have from the description, or you just want to try something different, you can respec your skill points for any of your characters in Borderlands 3 as often as you want provided you can pay a nominal fee.


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