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Borderlands 3 Footage Leaks Online

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Borderlands 3 Footage Leaks Online

Borderlands 3 Footage Leaks Online

Borderlands 3's gameplay reveal is due to take place on May 1st, showing to the world what the game's first-person cell-shaded world will look like on the current generation of console/PC hardware. 

The game's gameplay reveal is due to take place at 6 pm BST, but until then we have a short segment of leaked gameplay that should help tide us over until the main event begins. The leaked gameplay below showcases what appears to be Twitch/Streaming integration in the game, with the clip starting with Claptrap speaking to viewers and a glimpse at stream-based loot drops, where viewers get the chance to gain access to the same item drops as the streamer they are watching. 

Sadly the footage below does not showcase any combat, or much of anything, but the prospect of streaming integrations is no doubt an interesting one. 
 



On PC Borderlands 3 will be a timed exclusive for the Epic Games Store and will be developed with AMD as the game's hardware partner, ensuring strong performance on high core count systems and the possibility of support for FreeSync 2 and a low-level API like DirectX 12 and Vulkan. 

You can join the discussion on Borderlands 3's gameplay leak on the OC3D Forums.  

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29-04-2019, 18:55:14

MacLeod
This game can't get here fast enough for me! If it's half as good as BL2, it'll be awesome!Quote

30-04-2019, 08:09:02

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by MacLeod View Post
This game can't get here fast enough for me! If it's half as good as BL2, it'll be awesome!
My thoughts exactly. Interesting little bit I noticed just now from the video that I don't think I've seen in any other BL game.


Look in the bottom right corner where the ammo is and grenades. Anyone else notice the Full auto option.... this seems a very good indication of selectable fire rates for weapons (some of them atleast). I like this idea, as I know there were snipers and such that were burst or full auto etc....never liked them that much but if I can change those fire rates to be single shot etc then I'm all over that!Quote

01-05-2019, 03:33:47

KakaoDJ
I dont see any visible difference in the graphics compared to BL2, but i guess cartoony graphics can only go that far? Still looking forward to playing it thoughQuote

01-05-2019, 04:21:15

Warchild
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Originally Posted by KakaoDJ View Post
I dont see any visible difference in the graphics compared to BL2, but i guess cartoony graphics can only go that far? Still looking forward to playing it though
Never played these. But from what I read, its not the gfx fidelity that makes these so good. It was the content.

But yes, you can only go so far with a unique graphics method like this. I suppose with more power, you could have longer rendered distances or more clutter for realism.Quote

01-05-2019, 05:29:40

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Never played these. But from what I read, its not the gfx fidelity that makes these so good. It was the content.

But yes, you can only go so far with a unique graphics method like this. I suppose with more power, you could have longer rendered distances or more clutter for realism.
They're actually very pretty in ways. As stated, cell shaded visuals can only go so far, but when done well they are very pretty and you eradicate the need for massive resolutions, or the chances of visual "sparkling" and other things seen on other engines.

I fired up the new BL I got (enhanced or whatever they are calling it) set it to 4k and remembered why I fell in love with it in the first place. It looked really nice.

My only hope is that they make the weapon system less random and s**t, so I don't have to use a tool to create my own. That was my only complaint with BL and BL2.Quote
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