Borderlands 3 was one of the initial titles with an Xbox Series X|S free upgrade which added some special sauce to the much loved looter shooter. And on the Series X, in performance mode, this is one of the best console shooters around.
Borderlands 3 is one of the first Xbox Series X optimized titles and while we already knew it supported 4K60, one important little detail has since been cleared up. The game actually supports up to 120 FPS in performance mode, and it is glorious.
After promising its next-gen upgrade, Borderlands 3 is launching on the Xbox Series X|S with new split-screen options, crispier resolutions, smoother performance, and a host of new content add-ons available to purchase.
Gearbox has revealed that Borderlands 3 will be receiving new free and paid DLC in the coming months, adding requested co-op features, new skill trees, and more. We should also hear about cross-play support next year.
Bounty of Blood is the third Borderlands 3 DLC to hit the market, but is it worth picking up? While it retreads a lot of Western tropes, it manages to craft them into a fun, grounded game that still feels like it belongs in Borderlands.
Today, Gearbox Software revealed the third DLC pack for Borderlands 3. It's titled Bounty of Blood: A Fistful of Redemption. In this Western-themed expansion, players travel to a frontier world and take on the Devil Riders.
Take-Two Interactive has released its financial results for Q4 and the fiscal year as a whole. Grand Theft Auto V has sold over 130 million copies, with multiple other titles also hitting significant sales milestones.
According to a new report, Borderlands 3 developers will not be getting the bonuses they expected despite the game's incredible success. Gearbox employees are currently paid lower than industry standards.