Following a 30-minute pre-show, the first Borderlands 3 gameplay will be streamed at borderlands.com and on the Borderlands Twitch channel starting at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT / 6pm BST on May 1, 1am GMT+8 / 3am AEST on May 2. Many interesting Borderlands 3 theories—some of them with decent accuracy ratings—have been floated following frame-by-frame dissections of gameplay trailers over the past couple weeks. A number of you have even set about cracking some hidden codes… But you haven’t found them all yet.
The king of cooperative shooter-looters is back with a facelift full of enhancements. Whether you’re a longtime Borderlands fan looking for an excuse to revisit the game where it all began, or a relative newcomer to the series looking for an action-packed history lesson, the new-and-improved Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition has you covered. Available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, this Ultra HD version of Borderlands looks so good and plays so well that you won’t want to put it down until you’ve played through the entire adventure and all four of the included add-on packs.
Mark your calendar. Mayhem is coming September 13. Worldwide Gameplay Reveal on May 1. In case you missed it, Borderlands 3 was officially announced during the Gearbox Main Theater Show at PAX in Boston last week. Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford and other members of the Gearbox team were on hand to share a bunch of Borderlands-related news with attendees and online viewers, and the session ended on a high note with the first ever showing of the Borderlands 3 developer trailer.