Published: Thu, July 18, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Borderlands 3 "So Happy Together" Trailer Promotes Insanity and Playing Together

Borderlands 3

Adding that it plans to work with all parties to enable "cross-play on as many platforms as possible". This rings more true for something like Borderlands 3, which focuses on co-op play against hordes of enemies.

Believe it not, cross-play was not a given in Borderlands 3.

Unfortunately, it's not. Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford has tempered expectations, saying that while the developer wants cross-play in the game, it's not something players should expect at launch.

On July 12, the Borderlands 3 Twitter account announced a live stream, called Celebration of Togetherness scheduled to air July 16.

"Some folks may be speculating that this thing tomorrow may be about cross play", Pitchford writes.

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The game will be timed-exclusive on the Epic Games Store, will release on September 13th and Gearbox has partnered with AMD for the development of its PC version.

"Tomorrow's thing is awesome, but *not* about cross-play".

Oh, and guns. Lots and lots of shooting, walking, exploding, and joyful guns everywhere.

The new trailer doesn't contain any big reveals or show off any significant new features, but it is a stylish introduction to the world and characters of Borderlands 3.

The good news is that while there will be no cross play between Xbox, PlayStation, and PC players at launch, it seems the function will eventually arrive.

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