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Released worldwide on September 13 across PC and consoles, Borderlands 3 sold more than 5 million copies in its first five days on physical and digital retail shelves. This represents a 50-percent increase over the Borderlands 2 launch window and on PC (as an Epic Games Store exclusive) became the highest-selling 2K title in a five-day window.

Making it an immediate $1 billion success story to match the billion or so guns you can loot in the game. Interestingly the report notes that over 70-percent of sales were digital for Borderlands 3, pointing to a definite shift in how players purchase games in 2019.

“Borderlands 3’s incredibly successful launch is a result of the hard work and longstanding partnership between Gearbox Software and 2K,” said David Ismailer, President of 2K. “We are immensely grateful to everyone who played a role in making the Borderlands series the global, pop culture phenomenon that it is today, including hundreds of developers at Gearbox and many who have made this their life’s work. We also want to thank the Borderlands community. Mayhem does not happen by itself, and their passion for the series is what drives us to make each game an amazing experience.”

We've been playing it daily since launch so stay tuned for our full review.



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