If you want to play Borderlands 3 with other friends who are on other platforms when the game releases this September, you just may be able to. Borderlands 3 crossplay could be a reality and Gearbox could be announcing the feature this week.
An event called the “Celebration of Togetherness” will take place on the official Borderlands 3 website tomorrow at 16:00 South African time. The stream is still a mystery but everything we have seen points to it being a Borderlands 3 crossplay announcement.
Please consider taking a moment to visit with us on Tuesday, July 16th. We’d be honored for you to take this moment to celebrate our togetherness and we anticipate that what we have prepared for you can create a shared moment of happiness, joy and wonder. https://t.co/9VmovXwiMx
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) July 12, 2019
Borderlands 3 creator, Randy Pitchford tweeted about the announcement too saying “what we have prepared for you can create a great shared moment of happiness, joy, and wonder”
If you read between the lines, there is a lot of emphasis on “sharing” going on with this announcement and the much-rumoured Borderlands 3 crossplay feature could be officially revealed during this stream. This could mean gamers could join other players on other platforms while looting and shooting the galaxy in a unified “celebration of togetherness”.
Borderlands 3 is releasing on 13 September 2019 for PS4, Xbox One and PC and if crossplay is being announced, it would mean a unified experience across platforms. 2K Games will most likely have the feature available when the game releases on Steam in 2020 as well as Google Stadia in the coming months too.
Whatever is being announced, we will update you as soon as it happens. Until then, let us know if you would love or hate crossplay in Borderlands 3 in the comment section down below.