2K Games and Gearbox have announced that Borderlands 3 will be coming to Steam on March 13th. Moreover, the game will be still using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech. So yeah, those boycotting the Denuvo games will most likely pass on it.
Gearbox and 2K also unveiled a content roadmap outlining the events and updates coming to Borderlands 3 this Spring. This new content will be free to all players.
First up in April are Mayhem Mode 2.0 and the Revenge of the Cartels seasonal event. Mayhem Mode 2.0 will overhaul Borderlands 3’s end-game by reinventing the ways in which Mayhem modifiers work. Revenge of the Cartels, on the other hand, will see you tracking down and taking out cartel operatives to earn event-specific rewards.
Then in May, the second Takedown will arrive. Much like Takedown at the Maliwan Blacksite, the Guardian Takedown will offer some of the most challenging content. This intense standalone mission will be themed after the mysterious Eridians and will feature not only new bosses but new gear and cosmetics as well. The difficulty will scale to the size of the player party by default. However, if you want to experience the Takedown in its true form, you can select “True Takedown Mode,” which tunes the difficulty for a party of four fully leveled-up Vault Hunters regardless of party size.
Stay tuned for more!