Borderlands 3: Director's Cut on Nintendo Switch rated by PEGI

Borderlands 3: Director's Cut on Nintendo Switch rated by PEGI

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Borderlands 3 is still missing on Nintendo Switch, but it could arrive with the Director's Cut Borderlands 3: Director's Cut could be arriving on Nintendo Switch, considering that the title, in this version, was recently classified by the PEGI, the body that deals with of the cataloging of videogames in Europe by age group.

Shortly after the arrival of Tales from the Borderlands, therefore, also the third chapter of the regular series could be expected on Nintendo Switch with landing soon, although obviously there is still no official information about it. Borderlands 3: Director's Cut is however present in the Nintendo Switch version on the PEGI price lists and the source is not to be overlooked.

It has often happened, in fact, that the various classification bodies have anticipated the announcement of new games in I arrive, although there is always the possibility that it is a mistake. At the moment there are no communications from 2K or Gearbox yet, but it is possible that an announcement will arrive in the next few days, if we are already in the classification process, which usually does not precede the placing on the market of the products. >
The dedicated page, visible at this address, reports an "18" as the expected audience category for the game, while in the synopsis we read that it is "DLC expansions of the first person shooter Borderlands 3, with new missions and maps ", but the main game must also be added to these, of course.

We are therefore awaiting any announcements or official information from Gearbox or 2K, for those unfamiliar with the title in question, this is a sci-fi FPS-RPG with a strong characterization, based on cooperative multiplayer. In any case, we refer to the review of Borderlands 3.

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What Could Be Borderlands 3’s Last DLC Arrives Today

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After a bit of a delay due to Texas power outages, Borderland 3’s Director’s Cut DLC arrives later this afternoon, and it’s the second half of the “year two” season pass for the game, which included the Designer’s Cut and its Arms Race mode back in November 2020.


Now, this is the other half of what players paid for, and it seems possible it could be the last paid true DLC Borderlands 3 gets, with nothing else announced.


The Director’s Cut DLC includes the following:

  • Hemovorous the Invincible, a new raid boss meant to be more in the style of past Borderlands games.
  • Ava-led story missions, where she has a murder podcast trying to solve a mystery across a bunch of different planets.
  • A new “Vault Card” system that sort of works like a season pass where players can earn loot and cosmetics by completing rotating challenges.
  • New COV-based skins for all four Vault Hunters.
  • To me, this looks more substantive than the Designer’s Cut, given that I wasn’t wild about Arms Race as a mode, and I don’t think it ever meaningfully expanded the way it had the potential to. But new story missions and a new raid boss sound like something to return for, though I haven’t played in many months now, so I’m not sure what the state of my builds are. The Vault Card system sounds like a good idea but it’s yet another sort of “daily/weekly task list” that I simply don’t have time for between the games I already am doing that for, like Destiny and Genshin Impact.

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    Borderlands 3 has said from the start it wasn’t a “games as service” game, but I mean, it kind of is, between its DLC, events and now even a quasi-battle pass. It never did have true microtransactions, however, which is a promise it kept. All the cosmetics here are part of the larger “macrotransaction” that includes all the other game content. That’s cool with me.


    What’s not clear is what happens from here with Borderlands 3. This is supposed to be DLC to tide players over through the rest of year two, which will end this fall, and it’s unknown if Gearbox is going to continue to devote resources to another cycle of paid DLC for Borderlands 3. This year brought less content than last year, and another year would bring…what, exactly?


    The theory, not confirmed by Gearbox yet, is that they are already working on a next-gen Borderlands 4, not taking a long gap in between games this time around like they did between Borderlands 2 and 3, so it’s possible that’s the priority now. I expect Borderlands 3 will continue to have events and such and be as live service-y as it can be, but I would not be surprised if the Director’s Cut is the last bit of large paid DLC for the game. But, who knows. It seems like The Division 2 was done making content after two years, and it just announced that more was coming (albeit free content).


    I don’t know when I’ll have time to get to today’s content drop between being buried in Outriders leveling and the Diablo 2 alpha. But considering this is the main DLC for at least the next six months of the game, if not indefinitely, it doesn’t seem like there’s any rush.


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