Borderlands 3 is currently having its life cycle extended via a second season pass, offering new content via the Designer’s Cut expansion and the upcoming Director’s Cut DLC. While it is great to know that the latest Borderlands will be continuing to see new additions for the rest of 2021 at the very least, it will be interesting to see what Gearbox does with the game beyond that.
After all, with Borderlands 3 being given more expansions and a brand-new season pass, it does not seem out of the realm of possibility that a third season of content could happen. While this would obviously be further down the road and may not even be under consideration by Gearbox at the moment, there is potential for more content to come. However, even with the potential in place for more content, Borderlands 3 will likely not be getting another season pass.
One major point against Borderlands 3 seeing more premium content drops is the fact that the game has already seen plenty of post-launch support. With Borderlands 3 releasing back in 2019, the second season pass will likely carry it through 2021, marking two years of fresh content for the title — a similar length of support time to what Borderlands 2 had. From four full expansions to some fresh skill trees and a new game mode, Gearbox has been building off the base game for quite some time now, doing its best to introduce diverse content types to keep people playing.
With in-game events like Revenge of the Cartels and Bloody Harvest spread throughout the year as well as the games raid-like takedowns, there is a good bit of content in Borderlands 3 already. While a third season pass would certainly be appealing to many, as those who have sunk time into gathering all of the game’s Legendary weapons and leveling up all their characters would certainly like some fresh content, the reality is that Gearbox has covered nearly every area that Borderlands expansions can touch on.
While a third Season Pass could see the heavily requested addition of DLC Vault Hunters, Gearbox has said multiple times that expanding on characters was more appealing — and the studio did just that with the Designer’s Cut expansion. Apart from the possibility of new characters, though, everything else would be more of the same, something that goes against what Gearbox seems to be doing with their post-launch content plans. While four more full expansions and more game modes would certainly be great to see, their development would require plenty of time and resources — which could be better spent on the next game in the series.
With Borderlands 3 only confirmed to be supported for the rest of the year, Gearbox continuing to make content for the game after 2021 seems unlikely. While Borderlands 4 is not yet confirmed, it seems all but guaranteed, and Gearbox may have already started to plan out the sequel's mechanics, its new playable characters, and the stories that will be told throughout its narrative. As such, it makes little sense to split development between more Borderlands 3 DLC and Borderlands 4, as doing so will only make the wait for a new Borderlands title feel longer. With the wait between Borderlands 2 and Borderlands 3 having been excruciating for many, Gearbox being free to focus on the next entry in the series as soon as possible could prevent something similar from happening again.
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