Borderlands 3 Launched With Positive Reviews But Also With Issues

Fans have been breathlessly waiting for the release of the long-awaited action role-playing first-person shooter Borderlands 3. Its predecessor, Borderlands 2, was a considerable success for the video game industry.

Borderlands 3 launched with positive reviews, as well as with issues

The good news is that the new game recently hit the market, and it had some positive reviews, but it came out with some problems, too.

The lead writer of the game, Mike Neumann, has resigned from Gearbox about two years ago because he was having some health problems. Therefore, such an event may have delayed the release date of Borderlands 3.

Fortunately, Borderlands 3 launched, but the good news is that we can conclude it. While the company developing the game, Gearbox Software, was very silent about the release date and other details, the guys responsible for the publishing of the title reported, from March 2017, that Borderlands 3 will be released between 2018 and 2019. It finally came out on September 13th, 2019.

Borderlands 3 came with new characters and battlefield

Since the title launched already, we know that Borderlands 3 has new characters comparing with its predecessor, Borderlands 2, and one of them is the monster from a new vault. In Borderlands 3, the players have the opportunity to see a new planet as a battlefield for more combats over the vault.

Borderlands 3 surely has a lot of exciting features that the gamers can rely on, and it’s enough to look at the system requirements to prove the quality of the title.

Your rig must have AMD FX-8350 or Intel Core i5-3570, at least 6GB of RAM, and as for the GPU, you’ll need an AMD Radeon HD 7970 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 of 2GB. You don’t necessarily need such a powerful PC to play the new game in the series, as it can also be run on Xbox One, PS4, and Google Stadia.

Carrie Degrass

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