Following previous looks at Borderlands 3, Gearbox has now properly unveiled the game as part of a gameplay reveal event. An hour-long livestream gave us our first good look at the game in action, as we got a look at its new characters, weapons, gameplay wrinkles, and much more.
You can rewatch the event above, and we’ll also be livestreaming our own Borderlands 3 gameplay from there to further give you a sense of what to expect. Ahead of the event, we also got to chat with Gearbox and try the game out for ourselves, where we found you can play solo without any issues, which will be welcome news to some. (Local and online co-op play is also supported, with the option to share loot or not.)
New gameplay details include the ability to crouch-slide and mantle up ledges; we also got a look at some skill trees and some of the new characters and their abilities in action. Gearbox also showcased the game’s new villains, the Calypso twins, and how it (sort of) brings back Handsome Jack.
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Borderlands 3 takes inspiration from Titanfall, which is always a welcome point of comparison, and it brings back Sirens–who are very important in Borderlands 3’s story (which didn’t originally start out on Pandora).
Stay tuned for more coverage of Borderlands 3. The original story follows below.
Gearbox hasn’t shared many details about what the stream will entail, only that fans will be able to potentially earn some in-game loot by watching Twitch streamers play the game via a new Echocast extension. The stream will be broadcast on the Borderlands website and Twitch channel. You’ll also be able to tune in right here on GameSpot and watch the stream above.
Borderlands 3 Gameplay Reveal Stream Start Times
- 10 AM PT
- 1 PM ET
- 6 PM BST
Borderlands 3 had long been rumored, but Gearbox officially announced the title last month in a rather…memorable livestream presentation during PAX East 2019. A few days later, the developer shared another trailer for the game. This one introduced its cast–including its four new playable Vault Hunters–and confirmed its released date: September 13, 2019.
The latest Borderlands 3 trailer also gave us our first look at the game’s antagonists, the Calypso twins, and confirmed a handful of returning characters. You can read more about the upcoming game in our roundup of what we know about Borderlands 3.
Borderlands 3 is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. However, players hoping to pick it up on the latter will need to do so from the Epic Games Store, as the game will be exclusive to Epic’s storefront until April 2020. That move certainly wasn’t met without controversy, however, and users began review bombing previous Borderlands games on Steam in response.
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