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Bloody Harvest Event For Borderlands 3 Footage Shown

During the debut episode of the Borderlands Show, the Bloody Harvest event for Borderlands 3 was shown off with some footage. Bloody Harvest is a free Halloween-themed event that all owners of Borderlands 3 will be able to partake in for a limited time.

The Bloody Harvest event will include brand new appropriately themed legendary weapons, character skins, enemy types, environments, and at least one boss fight that promises to be a completely spooky battle to help your raise the dead spirit of Halloween. Before you can access the Bloody Harvest map you’ll have to hunt some ghosts first.

Bloody Harvest event

Bloody Harvest will be the first of many free updates and events that Borderlands 3 players can expect during the game’s lifespan. You cand find out a bit more about the current upcoming event schedule over on this article.

To find out more about how the upcoming Bloody Harvest event will work and what more you can expect from it, check out the official Borderlands 3 blog. To see the new footage for yourself, check out this Twitch link where you can watch the very first episode of the Borderlands show.

Bloody Harvest event

During the show, a release date for Borderlands 2 VR on PC was announced. Borderlands 2 VR will be available to play from October 22nd from the Steam Store. It will included all of the recently released BAMF DLC as found on PSVR.

Borderlands 3 is available worldwide now from all good retailers, console-specific digital stores, and the Epic Games Store for PC. In case you missed our review of the latest Gearbox loot and shoot title, check it out here.

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