In their Pax Online Digital Showcase presentation, Gearbox revealed that Borderlands will be strolling onto the next-gen in style, with 4K resolution at 60 FPS, local co-op and a bunch more.
There's a lot more on the menu, mind you, as Gearbox are planning a proper entrance that won't disrupt anyone who decides to take their existing Borderlands 3 experience to the next generation hardware.
Borderlands 3 will launch with cross-saves and cross-progression, or in other words - all your characters can go with you onto the new platform.
In addition to 4K and 60 FPS, which will surely satisfy the number hunters, Borderlands 3 will feature a four-player local co-op mode, which is quite a nice touch for fans of couch gaming. If there aren't enough of you for four-player co-op, you can play the vertical split-screen variant.
There's good news for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players though, as Gearbox confirmed that they too will be getting vertical split-screen co-op mode, although they didn't provide many details other than it will be delivered via a future patch.
We couldn't confirm whether it will feature four-player version on the existing hardware, but we should find out soon enough.
Borderlands 3 has finally put some focus on one of the most interesting characters the franchise has produced - Krieg. Psycho Krieg and Fantastic Fustercluck launched a few days ago and it's doing pretty good business.
Psycho Krieg and Fantastic Fustercluck takes Borderlands 3 players on a wild rollercoaster ride that is a psycho's psyche. You can deduce from the premise that it's going to be a stranger experience than usual, but what else to expect in a quest for the shiniest meat bicycle.