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Borderlands 3 Moxxi DLC Announced

2K has today announced a Moxxi DLC for Borderlands 3 and it’s due to launch on December 19th, 2019. Moxxi’s Heist of the Handsome Jackpot is the game’s first DLC.

Moxxi’s Heist of the Handsome Jackpot sees you recruited by Moxxi to take control of a derelict space station built by the legendary Handsome Jack. Known as the Handsome Jackpot, this space station is home to a gambler’s paradise as well as a whole load of enemies to please your inner Vault Hunter Child.

Moxxi DLC

Features

  • Explore a glitzy new galaxy destination packed with unique zones worthy of Handsome Jack’s lavish lifestyle and dirty dealings;
  • Join Moxxi’s crew of eccentric characters and pull off the ultimate casino heist in a series of thrilling campaign missions;
  • Discover hidden secrets and strange happenings in The Handsome Jackpot via fresh side missions and Crew Challenges;
  • Get a blast from Pandora’s past when you battle the Hyperion forces that outlived Handsome Jack, including never-before-seen enemies and larger-than-life bosses;
  • Perfect your Vault Hunter’s gear loadout with all-new Legendary weapons and gear;
  • Expand your collection of cosmetics with even more customization items, including Vault Hunter heads and skins, weapon trinkets, an ECHO Device skin, and new emotes.

The Borderlands 3 Moxxi DLC is tuned for players who are at least level 13 but is set to automatically scale for players who are a much higher level to ensure that they don’t get too easy of a ride.

One of four planned DLCs currently in development for Borderlands 3 and is included with the season pass as well as the Borderlands 3 Super Deluxe Edition.

For more information be sure to check out the official Borderlands website here and check out the YouTube trailer below.

 

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