The looter shooter will be playable in 4K/60 FPS when the next-gen consoles launch.
Gearbox Software has confirmed that the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 upgrades for Borderlands 3 will launch with both consoles. Xbox One players can upgrade on November 10th worldwide while PS5 players can upgrade on November 12th in North America and November 19th in the rest of the world. The updates will be free for both platforms.
Along with 4K/60 FPS in single-player and online co-op for Xbox Series X and PS5, players can also transfer their save files and DLC over to the next-gen consoles. Local split-screen support for up to four players will also be provided. Vertical split-screen for two-player co-op will also be available and release for Xbox One and PS4 next month as well.
Expect more details for Borderlands 3 on October 29th with “The Borderlands Show.” It will stream at 9 AM PT, live on Twitch. More DLC is still coming for the looter shooter, like the new Arms Race mode and new Skill Trees for each of the Vault Hunters.