Borderlands 3 has been around for quite a while, since its launch in September last year. The title delighted many gamers who had been playing it on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Google Stadia, and Mac. Borderlands 3 was developed by Gearbox and published by 2K Games. However, updates are constantly coming so that the game will keep improving.
The newest DLC will be ‘Guns, Love, and Tentacles’, and it will be released for all platforms tomorrow (March 26), on all platforms.
Where will it be the new setting?
A new DLC normally brings new ‘playgrounds’ for the fans to enjoy. As of the upcoming DLC from tomorrow, a statement from Gearbox says:
“Sir Alistair Hammerlock and Wainwright Jakobs are finally tying the knot, and they want you to come celebrate on the ice planet of Xylourgos, where a gargantuan monster lies frozen above a village full of deranged occultists.”
Also, we have an idea about what threats will be awaiting us in Borderlands 3 along with the new update:
“You’ll have to fight back the forces of otherworldly evil if Wainwright and Hammerlock are to have their happily ever after.
“Luckily, the most badass wedding planner in the galaxy has your back: Gaige, a former Vault Hunter who’s inseparable from her robot BFF Deathtrap.
If you’re willing to play Borderlands 3 on your PC, you need a pretty decent configuration, as the minimum requirements: requirements:
- Operating System: Windows 7
- Processor: AMD FX-8350 / Intel i5-3570
- Memory: 6 GB of RAM
- Graphics card: AMD Radeon™ HD 7970 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 of 2 GB
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 75 GB space
- Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
It’s impressive how Borderlands 3 went from being a relatively unknown action/RPG to a popular one in only several months. Even in September last year, the game was having twice as many players than its predecessor Borderlands 2.
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