The primary week sees the storm progressing slower and extra Uncommon loot dropping from enemies.

Borderlands 3 Designer's Cut

For those who personal the Designer’s Minimize or Season Move 2 of Borderlands 3, you then’ve in all probability delved a bit into Arms Race. The battle royale-esque mode, which feels extra like The Division’s Survival, sees gamers dropping right into a zone, gathering loot after which battling AI combatants to extract. Gearbox is trying to spice issues up additional with totally different mini-events, the primary beginning as we speak.

“Clear Skies” kicked off the primary week yesterday and sees the storm taking longer to shut in on gamers, thus offering extra time to discover. Enemies have greater possibilities to drop uncommon loot as effectively, additional incentivizing one’s exploration. Week 2 is “Further Further Extraction” beginning on January twenty eighth – this drastically will increase the drop likelihood of DAHL chests, providing extra possibilities to earn gear unique to the mode.

You’ll additionally discover extra slots within the extraction stations, letting you are taking extra gear out of the mode. The third and last week is “Gear Rush” which begins on February 4th. It sees Uncommon chests showing extra whereas Inexperienced DAHL chests at particular factors have a better likelihood of containing mode-specific gear. The storm will journey at a faster tempo although so beware.

Borderlands 3 is at present accessible for Xbox One, PS4, PC, Google Stadia, Xbox Collection X/S and PS5.


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