Gearbox announces that they have made the decision to delay la expansin Director’s Cut de Borderlands 3 to April 8, after having had to interrupt their development for security reasons. The severe winter storms that recently hit the state of Texas, where their offices are located, have been guilty of an interruption in the development of this content. Through their social networks they have shared a statement where they announce this decision:
Borderlands 3: Expansion Director’s Cut delayed to april 8
“Fortunately, all our team members and their families are safe and healthy, but our work in the Director’s Cut was inevitably interrupted, and we finally decided to change the release date to make sure provide the best possible experience“, explained the study in an official statement, which we have left on these lines.” We appreciate your understanding and we are excited that play to Director’s Cut when it launches next month“.
Director’s Cut It will be a somewhat more modest content update than previous game expansions, but no less big: this patch will focus on add more challenges to the game, side missions and a new raid boss called Hemovorous the Invincible. This content is framed within the second season pass, which was launched on November 10; coinciding with the arrival of the game to PS5 and Xbox Series X / S.
Texas storms have disrupted the development of the Director’s Cut
In this way, with the Director’s Cut we can enjoy new story missions that challenge us to solve “interplanetary mysteries”, while getting Chamber cards, Multiverse Chamber Disciple cosmetic packs, and other features. We will have to do a little exercise in patience and wait for the April 8 to enjoy this expansion.
Meanwhile, the project Borderlands La pelcula I was signing this week the actor from Creed Florian Munteanu to embody Krieg. Ariana Greenblatt play Tiny Tina, while Jack Black be the hateful Claptrap. Jamie Lee Curtis takes over the role of Tannis; Y Kevin Hart take charge of embodying Roland.