New Borderlands 2 DLC Reveal Reportedly Set for E3 2019, “Bridges” To Borderlands 3
With the September release date for Borderlands 3 rapidly approaching, fans looking forward to the latest Gearbox Software title are ready to sink their teeth into all the game has to offer. While new footage from Borderlands 3 is expected to be showcased at E3 2019, it appears that the developer has at least one more surprise in store for its predecessor, Borderlands 2, in the form of one last bit of DLC.
The news comes by way of a source for PlayStation Lifestyle, which reported that a “trusted anonymous source with first-hand knowledge” revealed the existence of a new DLC expansion for Borderlands 2. Titled ‘Commander Lilith and the Fight for Sanctuary,’ the upcoming DLC will reportedly help bridge the game between the two games, with what appears to be a heavy focus on Lilith.
Lilith was one of the playable characters from the original Borderlands, and has had a recurring role throughout the series. Thanks to gameplay footage, we know that Lilith is still alive and kicking, albeit without her trademark Siren tattoos. Whether or not this means she no longer has her powers (and if not, how she lost them) could be the premise of the DLC, which will also likely explore how the majority of the cast from the franchise ends up on Sanctuary 3, the ship that takes players from planet to planet.
The new DLC is expected to be revealed at some point during E3 week, and will at the very least likely be available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There’s currently no word on whether or not it will be made available for the previous versions of the game, or PSVR.
Borderlands 3 launches for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 13th.
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