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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:06am 02/05/19 | 1 Comments
AusGamers was recently invited out to a hands-on preview event for Borderlands 3 where Gearbox head Randy Pitchford and members of the dev team ran us through an in-depth presentation of the game before letting us take it for a 90-minute hands-on spin.

Here's a snippet from the event, and a massive gameplay feature reveal:
Right out of the gate, the most exciting thing coming to Borderlands 3 is planet hopping. That’s right, we’re finally leaving Pandora aboard our very own spaceship -- Sanctuary III. And this isn’t a small ship, either. Sanctuary III will act as your base of operations filled with new and familiar characters, merchants, services and the all-important and ever-hilarious Claptrap. The game has always teased of vault-hunting across the galaxy, and now we can do it with a promise of new, unique biomes, enemies, enemy-types and more loot. -- loads of loot.

And guns. Lots of guns.
Click here for our in-depth Borderlands 3 hands-on preview.



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