Borderlands 3's Bloody Harvest event starts today and, while it'll be spooky slaughter season until the start of December, Gearbox has revealed the focus of future content for its recently released shooter.
Borderlands 3's future updates will continue to focus on improving performance and stability, adding increased bank space, buffing companions, and expanding Mayhem Mode.
Borderlands 3 Increased Bank Space, Companion Buffs, Expanded Mayhem Mode
Borderlands 3 launched with a number of performance and stability issues. While post-launch patches have worked towards addressing these issues, Gearbox has reiterated its commitment to making fixing performance and stability issues an "ongoing effort". To that extent, the upcoming November patch will bring "various improvements game-wide" and it won't be the last one.
As far as increased bank space goes, "the groundwork for expanding the bank has already started". The first expansion, "that will more than double the existing space", is expected to come with the release of Takedown at Maliwan's Blacksite, the next major content drop after Bloody Harvest.
We've already covered Gearbox's intention of adding more sources for dedicated loot drops and, aside from them, Borderlands 3's companions will also receive a damage adjustment in the future to make them more viable in the late game.
Lastly, but certainly not least, Borderlands 3's Mayhem Mode will not only receive a brand new level, but also more modifiers to further spice up hunting for loot. Mayhem 4 will be part of the Takedown at Maliwan's Blacksite update.
You can read about Borderlands 3's future content and today's hotfixes over on the game's website.
Borderlands 3 is out now on PC, Xbox One and PS4.