Borderlands 3's explosive launch trailer promises to bring some mayhem

Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3

Recruits range from prominent YouTube and Twitch channel hosts participating in gameplay reveal events and an official, dedicated, post-release "Borderlands Show", to fans circulating loyalty program codes and a bespoke Twitch TV extension that lets viewers spin for in-game items and equipment. So, if you're excited for the Borderlands 3 release date and what something to jam out to in the meantime, then read on to find out what song is booming out in the Borderlands 3 cinematic launch trailer.

Instead of different regions of the far-flung Pandora, PlayStation, Xbox and PC players can expect to visit different planets in their quest to stop the charismatic Calypso Twins. There will be some early-game spoilers, though, but nothing past the first three-ish hours. Borderlands 3 feels safe, oddly careful (especially for a game about anarchy), and, worst of all, corporate.

Based on the deal between Epic Games and Gearbox Software, "Borderlands 3" will be exclusive to the store for six months. Blast your way through new worlds and enemies as one of four brand new Vault Hunters, each with deep skill trees, abilities, and customization.

Of course, there are also better times than others for you to reload your weapons in Borderlands 3.

In case you're anticipating grabbing the PC form of Borderlands 3, the specs are genuinely sensible. An old formula executed well, Borderlands 3 rarely takes chances or strays from expectation.

Borderlands 3 does not feel like a total transformation for the series, just an evolution. The developer polished the loot shooter genre with this title but didn't necessarily revolutionize it in some way. The story is grand in scale, the humor is on-point and updated to 2019, weapons are diverse and the new Vault Hunters are unique in every way. That's why we're here to walk you through the process with a guide.