Borderlands 3 crossplay update now live, PlayStation nowhere to be found

It’s been a long time coming, but the Borderlands 3 crossplay update is now live for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Mac, Stadia, and PC. Notably missing is the PlayStation, which was announced by Randy Pitchford back in May, saying that “for certification, we have been required by the publisher to remove crossplay support for PlayStation consoles.”

Alongside the crossplay update, The Revengence of Revenge of the Cartels event makes a return, as well as permanent seasonal event toggling, a new level cap increase to 72, and much more.

Joey Ultraviolet and his gang of underlings are back for another round, so the friendly Saurian Maurice will once again ask you to eliminate Cartel Operatives, who can be found in areas from both the base game and campaign add-ons. Once you’ve dispatched enough of them and collected Hideout Coordinates from their corpses, Maurice can open a portal to the main event: a showdown at Villa Ultraviolet against the Eridium Cartel kingpin himself, Joey Ultraviolet. The event features a new set of themed cosmetic rewards, all of which are detailed on the game’s official website.

The Crossplay Update also brings with it Endless Seasonal Events! You can now access all of Borderlands 3’s themed seasonal events— Bloody HarvestBroken Hearts Day, and Revenge of the Cartels – whenever, and for however long, you’d like.

Borderlands 3 is now available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, and Stadia.

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