Borderlands 3's latest update will go live today. The patch will be available for all platforms with the exception of Mac, which is planned to go live on June 18.
Borderlands 3 is getting a new update today. The update will be live on all platforms by 7:00 p.m. GMT (with the exception of Mac, which is planned to go live on June 18).
This update will add a new takedown event: Takedown at the Guardian Breach, address the first phase of changes to Mayhem 2.0 as well as some player-reported concerns.
The Revenge of the Cartels seasonal event has officially ended today at 4:00 p.m. GMT. With today’s patch and hotfixes applied, players will no longer be able to travel to the Villa. Until next year at least. The Anointments that dropped as part of this event are here to stay.
Support for new free content - Takedown at the Guardian Breach - which is coming to the base game has been added. The new takedown event will have you investigating a mysterious Guardian signal on the distant planet of Minos Prime per Tannis' request.
Fight For Your Life Improvements:
Cooperative reviving will be added. This means that, if more than one person is reviving you, you'll be back on your feet much faster. Also, you will move slower while you're being revived.
The interactive radius around downed players will be increased and some visual FX will be added to help visualize the act of reviving.
The last piece of new content to come with the patch will be the added support to show Mayhem Levels on Item Cards.
Go here to see the full patch notes with changes to Mayhem 2.0 and Borderlands Science.