It's been quite some time since we've seen a true Borderlands title, with The Pre-Sequel releasing all the way back in 2014.
Now, five years later, we're finally going to get our hands on a more modern looter-shooter when Borderlands 3 launches on 13th September.
As with many games these days, there are plenty of versions available for pre-order, so we've put together the following handy guide to show what's included with each.
Borderlands 3 Standard Edition
The cheapest way to unleash your inner Vault Hunter, Borderlands 3's standard edition comes with the game and a pack containing gold weapon skins so you can battle bandits in style.
GAME – PS4 – £49.99 with Exclusive Mask
Amazon – PS4 – £49.99 with 5 Gold Keys DLC
GAME – Xbox One – £49.99 with Exclusive Mask
Amazon – Xbox One – £49.99 with 5 Gold Keys DLC
GAME – PC – £49.99 with Exclusive Mask
Amazon – PC – £49.99
Borderlands 3 Deluxe Edition
The next step on the loot ladder, Borderlands 3 Deluxe Edition offers the game, gold weapon skins, four different cosmetic packs and XP and Loot Drop Boost Mods, earning you crazier weaponry more quickly.
GAME – PS4 – £74.99 with Exclusive Mask
Amazon – PS4 – £74.99
GAME – Xbox One- £74.99 with Exclusive Mask
Amazon – Xbox One – £74.99
Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition
Borderlands 3's Super Deluxe Edition more than lives up to that title. On top of everything included in the Deluxe Edition, you can also get your hands on the season pass which will include four DLC campaigns, as well as the "Butt Stallion" weapon skin. This edition is exclusive to GAME.
GAME – PS4 – £89.99
GAME – Xbox One – £89.99
Borderlands 3 VIP Codes
In the run-up to launch, developers Gearbox have been releasing codes to the Vault Insider Program (VIP) that players can redeem for points which will transfer into loot when players get their hands on the game.
All you have to do is sign-up over at the VIP website and you'll get some freebies just for signing up. Once you're in, you can redeem codes which can be found within emails from the program.
These codes are seasonal, so earlier codes will be phased out after a certain point. GameRant has posted an excellent, updated list which you can find here.
If you want to read more about the resurrection of the previously dormant franchise, check out our preview coverage for the game from our freelance games writer Jim Hargreaves.
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