Borderlands 3 Has Officially Gone Gold

Gearbox has announced through Twitter that Borderlands 3 has officially gone gold. This means that development on the game is 100% complete and that the game is ready to be packaged and shipped to retailers for distribution. Are you all ready to kill an uncountable number of Psychos in progressively gruesome and cruel ways? We know we are.

You can check out the official Tweet below.

Borderlands 3 Is Almost Here


Psycho from Borderlands 3

The fact that Borderlands 3 has gone gold means that there’s not really anything that can delay the game at this point. Fans of the series have been patiently waiting for the sequel to Borderlands 2 since it launched in 2012 (that’s seven years for those of you who can’t do math, I know I can’t). There haven’t been any drastic changes to the formula of what makes Borderlands so good since then, but I’m sure the game will be amazing nonetheless. There’s an insane amount of content and even a Season Pass for those looking for additional, future content to mess around with.

The whole main cast from previous games is coming back, along with dozens of new faces, a billion guns, and plenty of new loot to gather and hoard away. It’ll be interesting to see how new and old characters will interact. I wonder if Butt Stallion will make an appearance; that may just be a pipe-dream but a guy can hope, can’t he? What are you hoping makes its way into the quirky first-person shooter? I just have an urge to kill more Psychos.

You can look forward to playing Borderlands 3 on September 13, 2019, on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Google Stadia (later in the year). For those of you who will be purchasing the game on PC, you’ll have to go through the Epic Store, since it will be exclusive to the platform for six months.

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