Borderlands 3 is the latest installment of the Borderlands series by Gearbox Software. This game is an action genre shooter game where players explore a often times rugged world full of adventures and especially loot. Players will find themselves stumbling upon weapon after weapon, constantly upgrading their arsenal for the entirety of the game.
Borderlands 3 also has a leveling system with a talent tree similar to what is seen in World of Warcraft. There are four characters, each of which bring their own talents, skills, and abilities. As players progress through the game they'll unlock more skills and become increasingly powerful.
One of the main objectives of Borderlands 3 is a main story surrounded with various side quests that players can partake in to progress through the game and find adventures.
Borderlands 3 has a ton of legendary items, each of which has the potential to do powerful and sometimes just crazy effects. From reflecting bullets to spawning mushrooms all the way to catching yourself on fire while shooting, and everything in between.
Below are the three newest legendary Borderlands 3 items that have been archived, check out the full Borderlands 3 legendary items list to see all the powerful items catalogued so far.
Every legendary item has something people like to call "red text." Each red text gives a weapon powerful special effects. Not all red text is created equal however, some red text bonuses are practically useless.
Red text bonuses have the potential to give players the most powerful weapons in the game. The right red text on the right type of weapon can be game changing. With the correct class, class mods, artifacts, and or talents, some red text can be unbelievably powerful. Hunting down the best red text weapons is every true vault hunters dream in Borderlands 3.
Check out the full list of all Borderlands 3 red text to learn more about what they do.
Every video game has a lot of cheats, bugs, and exploits, and borderlands 3 is no different. Below are the three most recent cheats to be added to the full list of Borderlands 3 cheats, exploits, bugs, and glitches.
Sometimes the game doesn't explain something well enough, and that's what Borderlands 3 guides are for. Also there are things the game doesn't explain at all, like farming infinite money. This section of Borderlands 3 guides will explain how to do many different tasks in Borderlands 3.
Money farming, iridium farming, legendary farming, and so on. This section is where to find all the Borderlands 3 guides that have been written to help make the game a little bit easier.
Borderlands 3 at release has four character classes: Siren, Beastmaster, Gunner, and Operative. Each of these classes has three skill trees and at max level (50) there are enough skill points to get to the end of one skill tree, and most of the way through a second skill tree.
In Borderlands 3 there are six main weapon types: pistols, SMG's, shotguns, assault rifles, sniper rifles, and rocket launchers. Each of these weapon types have their own benefits and disadvantages.
There are nine different weapons manufacturers in Borderlands 3, each of which give different features and properties to their weapons. Some manufacturers always have elemental damage on their weapons, one manufacturer (Tediore) makes weapons that throw a copy of themselves on the ground when reloading, these copies usually shoot until out of ammo and do other wacky things. There is a lot of weapon variability between different manufacturers.
There are at least five different item rarities in Borderlands 3: white, green, blue, purple, and yellow. A stronger rarity above yellow legendaries existed in previous Borderlands but was extremely rare. This item type has not been confirmed to exist yet in Borderlands 3. If they don't exist now, they'll surely be added later with DLC's.