Borderlands 3 has just released dates for when the next versions of the game will be released live for the PS5 and Xbox Series X and they are around what you would expect, minus a collection of PS5 regions.
The dates are:
November 12 – PS5, USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea
November 19 – PS5, everywhere else
And to repeat previous points made before, I think Borderlands 3 makes next-generation upgrades as well as the current generation is able to play, as we see that other titles make you pay to upgrade or buy potentially the whole game. But Borderlands doesn’t do that and adds other features that go beyond and go beyond just graphics enhancements. So to summarize:
All next-generation game enhancements are free, and your current copy of Borderlands 3 on the PS4 / Xbox One will be ported to the brand’s new console, PS5 or Xbox Series X.
There will be a variety of upgrades for graphics and performance, but the game will run in 4K, 60 fps in single and online multiplayer.
Next-gen also allows Borderlands 3 to return the split-screen co-op for 3-4 players, making it one of the few games to have this ability in this era. Of course, you will … you have to spend a lot of money on controllers to use them. This update also adds to the vertical split screen for the first time in Borderlands 3.
Borderlands 3 is about to start seriously year 2 of its content. A Bloody Harvest Halloween event is currently underway, mostly recycled from last year, but Gearbox said that before the end of the year we will also have four new skill trees for the four existing Vault Live Guardian classes, as well introduction of a new mode that has been compared to Call of Duty’s “gun game”, which has not yet been revealed. But I’ve been told that we need to have all the details about both the skill trees and the new regime by the end of this month after the upcoming Borderlands show.
I don’t know if Borderlands 3 will stand out among the massive releases that take place at the launch of the next generation, but if it’s a game you already own, you’ll be able to experience next-generation performance improvements without buying anything new. which is nice. I guess the new drops of content will be before or after this next-generation launch window, not exactly during it, so there may be room to breathe. Expect more, stay tuned.
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