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If you’re the sort of person who wants to march with flaming pitchforks towards Epic Games’ HQ, Borderlands 3 has added yet another to its growing list of reasons to give it a swerve. Borderlands 3’s Epic Games Store page has been updated with a tiny new tidbit of information - “Incorporates 3rd-party DRM: Denuvo Anti-Tamper”. 
In thoroughly unsurprising news for those keeping track of the Epic Games Store’s barren update schedule, Borderlands 3 will be launching next month with any support for preloading the game.
Borderlands 3 recently went gold, meaning it’s finished and ready for launch in just over a month’s time. In the meantime, developer Gearbox has revealed the opening 14 minutes of Borderlands 3, showcasing exactly what’s in store during those first few moments.
Bungie has announced both Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and Destiny 2: New Light have been delayed. Both were originally scheduled to launch on September 17th but they’ve now been pushed back a few weeks to October 1st.
Gear has finally revealed the second of the four planets we’ll be visiting during Borderlands 3’s globe-hopping campaign. The first is good old Pandora of course, but we’ll also be leaving both Pandora and its moon behind for a trip to… Promethea.
I’m truly, deeply sorry to be bringing more Claptrap into your life unnecessarily but Gearbox has just dropped a new trailer for Borderlands 3, so needs must and all that. 
Borderlands 3 is starting to build up a little steam now as we have just been passed a new Borderlands 3 teaser trailer, with our favourite post-apocalyptic comedy duo, Claptrap and Steve.
Borderlands 3 will be with us in just over two months time, ready to scratch that looter-shooter itch we’ve been harbouring since The Division 2 came, went, and disappeared into the great void of ‘meh’. But, just how long will Gearbox’s shooter be scratching the aforementioned itch?
Yesterday evening, Gearbox and 2K hosted a special event to take the first look at Borderlands 3 in action, providing an extended stage presentation delving into all we can expect from the co-op shooter.
Gearbox’s upcoming Borderlands 3 has been developed in conjunction with AMD, hopefully ensuring the co-op loot shooter will run in tip-top condition on AMD Radeon and Ryzen hardware.
Borderlands 3's Epic Store exclusivity is set in stone, but now we've got a brand spanking new 'announce' trailer to go along with it. Look, we know the game was announced last week but let's just play along with Gearbox for now.




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