Turns out Borderlands 3 is getting a second season pass.
In a new blog post on Thursday, Gearbox Software announced more plans for the (next-gen) future of its flagship looter shooter. Starting November 10, players will be able to purchase a second annual DLC bundle — “Season Pass 2” — for Borderlands 3 on all platforms.
Borderlands Season Pass 2 contents
Season Pass 2 includes two “add-ons unlike anything we’ve done before. This new season will include the Designer’s Cut and Director’s Cut DLCs, which each offer new modes and ways to play. A copy of Borderlands 3 is required to play the content in Season Pass 2,” the developer writes.
The first of these two add-ons will unlock a new skill tree for every Vault Hunter, as well as a new game mode called Arms Race.
“The second half of Season Pass 2, Director’s Cut, is planned to release in Spring 2021; we’ll have more details to share closer to launch.”
The Designer’s Cut DLC will also be available on November 10.
“We’re saving Director’s Cut details for another day,” the blog post adds, “but rest assured it will be bursting with next-level mayhem as Borderlands 3 continues its second year.”
Read more: Borderlands 3 coming to PS5 and Xbox Series
Borderlands livestream schedule
Later this month, Gearbox will be ramping up its community-building efforts with new regular broadcasts around 9 a.m. Pacific time.
On October 20 at 9 a.m. Pacific, the Borderlands 3 team will show off new skill trees for Amara and Flak. October 22 at 9 a.m., another livestream will reveal the skill trees for Moze and Zane.
On October 29, the devs will debut “The Borderlands Show,” featuring a new Arms Race mode and other surprises. October 30 will mark the premiere of “The Bordercast,” with “the first live, hands-on Arms Race gameplay.”
Borderlands 3 is coming to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series at launch on November 12 and November 10, respectively, allowing for free next-gen upgrades for current players on PS4 and Xbox One.