First half due on all platforms in November.
A little over a month after launching the last instalment in Borderlands 3’s four-part season pass, designer Gearbox has actually revealed it’s preparing to introduce a 2nd one, this time assuring an extra 2 updates for the abundant first-person shooter.
Gearbox states Borderlands 3’s imaginatively entitled Season Pass 2, which will be readily available to acquire when it releases on 10th November, is “unlike anything we have actually done prior to”.
Indeed, instead of following the path of its predecessor by providing significant brand-new story projects, Season Pass 2 will present a so-called Designer’s Cut, including an extra Skill Tree for each Vault Hunter, together with a brand-new video game mode referred to as Arms Race.
Speaking to Gamespot, Gearbox just recently teased Arms Race as a standalone mode including numerous gamers on a separated island, although it worried it’s “not a fight royale video game.”
There’s beside no extra details on any of those components at present, however Gearbox states it will be showcasing the Designer’s Cut’s additions in information as part of four separate Twitch livestreams, working on 20th, 22nd, 29th, and 30th October.
As for Season Pass 2’s 2nd, and similarly strange element, this is being described as the Director’s Cut, and is arranged to introduce in spring next year. Quite just how much Gearbox’s 4 ability trees and 2 strange modes will cost as Borderlands 3 enters its 2nd year stays to be seen, however anticipate more details over the coming weeks.
In other Borderlands 3 news, Gearbox just recently validated the video game would be getting complimentary next-gen upgrades to accompany the launch of Xbox Series X/S and PS5.