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According to VG247 non-US outlets weren't given review access to Borderlands 3 because of "security concerns". Which, sounds like the sort of thing associated with high-stakes political maneuverings of governments and not - you know - the release of a videogame. Review scores for the game should start appearing later tonight though.

At AusGamers we can confirm that we haven't received review code as of yet. But, let's say we were a Red, White, and Blue U S of A videogame publication - it might have gone something like this.
Howdy readers. Well, would you look at what we've got here. If it ain't the long awaited release of Borderlands 3. Looking all shiny like. Shinier than ol' Honest Abe sitting on his perch over there over in D.C. And folks, ifs ya'll wondering - yes, it's true. There are more guns here than you'd find in a local school district. God bless America.


Ahem. Anyway, this means our review coverage of the game will be delayed.

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