First half due on all platforms in November.
Indeed, rather than following the route of its predecessor by delivering substantial new story campaigns, Season Pass 2 will introduce a so-called Designer’s Cut, consisting of an additional Skill Tree for each Vault Hunter, alongside a new game mode known as Arms Race.
There’s next to no additional information on any of those elements at present, but Gearbox says it will be showcasing the Designer’s Cut’s inclusions in detail as part of four separate Twitch livestreams, running on 20th, 22nd, 29th, and 30th October.
As for Season Pass 2’s second, and equally mysterious component, this is being referred to as the Director’s Cut, and is scheduled to launch in spring next year. Quite how much Gearbox’s four skill trees and two mysterious modes will cost as Borderlands 3 enters its second year remains to be seen, but expect more information over the coming weeks.
In other Borderlands 3 news, Gearbox recently confirmed the game would be receiving free next-gen upgrades to coincide with the launch of Xbox Series X/S and PS5.
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