Borderlands 3 co-op mode will have private loot drops, no more loot Ninjas!
With an already set release date and conclusion of arrival on the Epic Games Store, Borderlands 3 has something else to discover. It appears that co-op game mode won’t be that big of a pain in the upcoming sequel, and will offer private loot to every single player. With that being said, no more ninjas will appear as the loot will be shared deservedly to everyone participating in the act.
Everyone remains silent, and not all the media know about the core details regarding Borderlands 3, but the co-op feature and the possibility of having discrete loot stream have already been exposed on PlayStation’s official blog.
Regardless of your respective levels or mission progress, you and your friends can play together online or on the couch, and not only will each of you deal a meaningful amount of damage, you’ll also receive your own discrete loot stream. No more loot ninjas!
Gearbox Software hasn’t introduced a large amount of content so far. It may have given a few controversial teasers here and there, but never exposed something this big. However, this won’t be considered as a strict policy, as players will also have the chance to revert the loot drop mechanics identical to Borderlands 2.
With that being said, players will have plenty of content to enjoy playing. However, there’s less than a month remaining until the first official gameplay arrives. The Worldwide gameplay reveal will hit on May 1st.
Borderlands 3 will release on September 13th, 2019, including a variety of adventures and a gun blazing gameplay.