Borderlands 3 (opens in new tab) has only been out for a week, but Vault Hunters are already reaching the max level threshold of 50, looking for new things to do as they endlessly loot farm for the best Borderlands Legendaries (opens in new tab).
Thankfully, Gearbox is about to lift the curtain (opens in new tab) on the looter shooter's ambitious post-launch roadmap, which promises to be made up of hot fixes (opens in new tab), content updates, and the kind of big, bold story expansions that have long been a staple of the franchise since the original Borderlands in 2009.
The reveal is taking place during the first episode of The Borderlands Show, which you'll be able to catch live on Borderlands' Twitch channel (opens in new tab) from 10 AM PT/12 PM CST/1 PM ET/6 PM BST.
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Gearbox has promised a better look at both the Bloody Harvest and Maliwan Takedown DLCs already announced for game (both of which will be free to all Borderlands 3 owners), alongside a more extensive conversation around the paid story expansions that the studio has planned for its sequel at a later date.
Borderlands 3's creative director Paul Sage will be at the show for a "candid conversation" around the game's rocky launch issues, while Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford has teased that more Borderlands 3 Shift Codes (opens in new tab) will be released during the stream itself.
Speaking of updates, Gearbox released the first set of Borderlands 3 patch notes (opens in new tab) yesterday, which sought to resolve some of the game's technical issues (opens in new tab) while clamping down on loot farming for easy Legendaries (opens in new tab). Hopefully Sage can offer more clarity on the situation later today.
Check out our Borderlands story recap (opens in new tab) to catch you up on the latest in Pandora, or watch the entire thing in video form below!