Review: Borderlands 3: Guns, Love, and Tentacles

Moxxi's Heist of The Handsome Jackpot was a slightly more than serviceable add-on , and the long string of free updates that Gearbox has implemented have mostly been for the better.

Borderlands 3: Guns, Love, and Tentacles (PC [reviewed], PS4, Xbox One)Developer: Gearbox SoftwarePublisher: 2K GamesReleased: March 26, 2020MSRP: $49.99 (Part of the Season Pass, comprised of four DLCs)

There's two main biomes at work: an icy wasteland and a creepy pink and green aura shanty town called Cursehaven.

It's in the latter that most of the narrative takes place, as you happen to waltz into a Cthulian summoning ritual and all hell breaks loose: not many games can pull this sort of thing off, but Borderlands leans into it with a healthy blend of mysticism and the occult.

Guns, Love, and Tentacles is less flashy aesthetically compared to the bright neon casinos of Handsome Jackpot , but it's no visual slouch.

The green and purple hues differentiate itself from the rest of the campaign, even if Cursehaven occasionally feels like a re-purposed Halloween DLC (remember "Headhunter Packs?"

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