When Borderlands 3 released on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 back in September, it didn’t get a perfect score, but we quite liked it. In fact, we had this to say:
“Borderlands 3 is a very good game that harkens back to everything that made people fall in love with the franchise. There’s a ton of looting, shooting, psychos and interesting anti-heroes. In the end, it’s just another installment in the franchise rather than a game can take the series to new heights.”
Despite not being perfect, more Borderlands is never a bad thing, and as of today, Borderlands 3 is available to purchase on another console. Google Stadia.
Fans who may have missed out on the looter shooter a couple of months back can get the Stadia version at a special launch price.
The standard edition of Borderlands 3 will set you back $38.99 while the deluxe edition, and the super deluxe edition will set you back $51.99 and $77.99, respectively. I won’t mention how much the other PC and Console versions cost.
The Stadia edition of Borderlands 3 includes all the updates and fixes up until the October 24 version and will see additional content such as the mayhem four difficulties released next year.
Should you chose to pick up the game for the Stadia, it can be played in 4K using the Stadia controller and Google Chromecast Ultra. Of course, you can still play it on other computers, tablets, and even phones, should you so wish.
The launch price will last until 7:00 am PDT on 01/07/20, so if you are a Borderlands fan and a Stadia user, make sure you get it before then, lest you wait until future sales.
I’ve not had a chance to try the Stadia version of Borderlands yet, so, please let us know your thoughts in the comments if you have given it a try, or even if you want to.
Stadia users, let us know your opinions on the console in general and tell us what you hope to see from Google in the future.
Borderlands 3 is available on the Google Stadia now.
Steve is the resident Englishman, just don’t hold that against him. He’s been playing games for the best part of 3 decades and will continue to do so for as long as his thumbs hold up. When they no longer work, he’ll still find a way to play Resident Evil 2. Lover of most things nerdy Steve also likes sports. Go sports!