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Borderlands 3 shoots onto PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 13, and forward of its launch, the looter-shooter acquired a brand new rocking trailer exhibiting the Vault Hunters jamming out to some Queen.
The new trailer reveals the 4 Vault Hunters–Amara the Siren, FL4K the Beastmaster, Moze the Gunner, and Zane the Operative–wreaking havoc and inflicting mayhem as they try to thwart Troy and Tyreen Calypso’s evil plans. It’s a blinding show of lights and explosions and chaos, all soundtracked to Queen’s “Seven Seas of Rhye” from the band’s 1973 debut album Queen and the 1974 follow-up Queen II.
The critics have spoken and we have compiled a roundup of Borderlands 3 reviews from numerous publications. In our Borderlands 3 review we stated, “The game’s character-driven narrative acts as a satisfying finale for the loot-shooter franchise, and the new mechanics and features–especially the reworked skill trees and weapon manufacturer effects–give you plenty of agency in how you want to play through it. If you’ve never been a fan of the franchise, it’s unlikely Borderlands 3 does enough things differently to change your mind, as the game best excels at continuing what the series has always done: deliver a humorous tall tale of misfits looting and shooting their way to heroism.”
Borderlands 3 could also be simply on the horizon, however developer Gearbox already has plans for the sport’s first wave of post-release content. These embody a Halloween-themed limited-time occasion referred to as Bloody Harvest, a a lot bigger replace referred to as Maliwan Takedown, and the primary of its main DLC expansions all launching earlier than the tip of 2019, with extra content material more likely to are available in 2020.