Borderlands 3, an action role-playing first-person shooter game, is the fourth entry in the main Borderlands series. The game release on September 13, 2019, for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Microsoft Windows, and on October 30 for Apple macOS. Now, with the game doing so well among the fans, there are some exciting features that the game wants to unveil next month. The game gives game experience as the players go ne level up. It revolves around four Vault Hunters want to stop Troy and Tyreen Calypso. These two exploit the power of the alien Vaults around the galaxy.
The playable classes and the enemies in Borderlands 3 game
Borderlands 3 has four playable classes namely, Amara (Siren), Zane (Operative), Moze (Gunner), and FL4K (Beastmaster).
The names in the game are classified into several categories. The enemies are creatures, Children of the Vault, Guardian, Maliwan, undead, looters, Hyperion, Eridium Cartel, Bonded, Devil Riders, Badots, and Blackhearts.
What are the makers planning to introduce?
Gearbox Software plans to bring the game to other formats. These include PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Series S consoles. Other than that, the game intends to give free updates. This will become available for PlayStation 5 players from November 12, 2020, and Xbox Series X/S from November 10, 2020. The game will further have two and four players local split-screen multiplayer. The main highlights are the skill trees that will be added for the main classes of the game. In the future, Gearbox intends to make a cross-platform play feature accessible for the game.
When will the highlight of the skill trees of classes of Borderlands 3 come out?
The content of the skill trees will come out on October 20, 2020 fro Amara and FL4K. The skill tree of Moze and Zane will release on October 22. Furthermore, there is an additional feature of Arms Race mode debut and hands-on gameplay to come out on October 29-30.
Get ready for a new generation of mayhem! #Borderlands3’s next-gen upgrade will be available day-and-date with Microsoft and Sony’s new consoles. PLUS, players who own the game and a next-gen console can upgrade within the same console family for free!
— Borderlands 3 (@Borderlands) October 13, 2020
Borderlands 3 mini-game and Borderlands Science
The mini-game feature came out in April 2020. In this, the medical bay called Borderlands Science has players solving the puzzles. The players shift frames between columns and rows to do so. They win in-game currency which they can use to battle the villains. However, the colored puzzles represent nucleotides and fragments of 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences. These are sequenced by the American Gut Project. By solving the puzzles, the players are actually helping the researchers in creating certain patterns that they can use to improve health in the future.
Attila Szanter told MobiHealthNews, “We have proven that such integration works beautifully in a game where the player community and the game are science-oriented. I call Borderlands Science a milestone project.”