Borderlands 3 Footage Leaks Online

Borderlands 3 Footage Leaks Online

Borderlands 3 Footage Leaks Online

Borderlands 3’s gameplay reveal is due to take place on May 1st, showing to the world what the game’s first-person cell-shaded world will look like on the current generation of console/PC hardware. 

The game’s gameplay reveal is due to take place at 6 pm BST, but until then we have a short segment of leaked gameplay that should help tide us over until the main event begins. The leaked gameplay below showcases what appears to be Twitch/Streaming integration in the game, with the clip starting with Claptrap speaking to viewers and a glimpse at stream-based loot drops, where viewers get the chance to gain access to the same item drops as the streamer they are watching. 

Sadly the footage below does not showcase any combat, or much of anything, but the prospect of streaming integrations is no doubt an interesting one. 
 

On PC Borderlands 3 will be a timed exclusive for the Epic Games Store and will be developed with AMD as the game’s hardware partner, ensuring strong performance on high core count systems and the possibility of support for FreeSync 2 and a low-level API like DirectX 12 and Vulkan. 

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