Borderlands 3 gets free next-gen upgrade for PS5 and Xbox Series X


Border 3 Is making the leap to the next generation of consoles. In its PAX Online panel on Saturday, Gearbox Software confirmed that versions of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X Limit 3 Are under development. They will be a free upgrade for the current owners of PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One versions of the game.

PS5 and Xbox Series X versions Border 3 In single player mode it will run at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second. Gearbox states that players on current-generation consoles will be able to bring all the downloadable content purchased, as well as the next-gen version of their saved game.

Border 3 New co-op features will also come for the next generation of consoles: four-player splitscreen for local multiplayer and vertical splitscreen for two players. (Vertical Splitscreen is also coming to PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game via a free update.)

The gearbox has additional updates for tasks Border 3New skill trees for all download Vault Hunter classes, a new game mode and new action skills, including paid downloadable content. The developer also hinted at an upcoming cross-platform play in 2021.

At PAX Online, Gearbox expanded one of those new skill trees. FL4K’s “Trapper” Skill Tree “emphasizes shield and survival for both FL4K and their pets.” The FL4K’s new action skill, Gravity Snare, is a crowd-control trap ability that bounces enemies into the air and slams them to the ground.

The FL4K is also getting a new pet, a Hyperion Loaderbot, which includes the following combat options:

There is a range-based ion loader, which fires slow-moving projectiles to create powerful shock novas; BUL loader, which charges enemies and kills them in the air with their shields (or simply roundhouse kills them); And the WAR loader, which packs a firearm, can toss grenades, and remove homing missiles on command.

Border 3 Now Google is available on Stadia, Mac, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. The release date for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions was not announced.