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With the Borderlands 3 next-gen update bringing 4K 60fps action to both the Xbox Series X on November 10 and PlayStation 5 on November 12 - just in time for launch. As a nice little bonus the extra hardware power afforded by each console will also see the introduction of four-player split-screen local co-op - a feature we haven't seen in a long while.

It's worth noting that although 4K 60fps is something of a next-gen expectation hitting that target on a high-end PC (with detail settings cranked) required something along the lines of a GeForce RTX 3080.

“Borderlands is a ground-breaking, record-setting, critically acclaimed franchise where millions upon millions of gamers have experienced one-of-a-kind gameplay, mayhem, and fun across multiple generations of gaming technology,” said Randy Pitchford, Executive Producer and Founder of Gearbox Entertainment. “With Borderlands 3 continuing to grow and launching this November on next-generation PlayStation and Xbox consoles, there has never been a better time to jump in and join the fun.”

The update will be free for all existing PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players planning on making the next-gen jump - with progress and saves carrying over too.

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