Similar to Borderlands 3's other paid campaign DLC offerings, Bounty of Blood will see Vault Hunters explore a new setting. But before that, the new endgame gauntlet "Takedown at the Guardian Breach" will launch as a free content update on June 4.More news: Alberta reports two COVID-19 deaths, 32 cases
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Three weeks before the new DLC expansion arrives on June 25, you'll be able to play a new Takedown at the Guardian Breach - the first since Takedown at the Maliwan Blacksite arrived in November. Fans can look forward to something else a little sooner, though.More news: You Can Now Get Wheelchair Accessibility Information Prominently on Google Maps
You'll travel to the harsh desert planet of Gehenna to claim a bounty on The Devil Riders, a vicious gang of bandits mounted atop fearsome beasts. Along with the new planet, the expansion adds a cast of new characters and new gameplay mechanics that throw a distinctively Borderlandsy spin on the Western theme. You'll be tasked with reconning Minos Prime to find the source of a Guardian signal. Along the way, you'll encounter new faces like the katana-wielding warrior Rose and the brawler Juno. Upon arrival, you'll be besieged by a sect of rogue Guardians who have split off from their brethren and have irrevocably transformed Minos Prime. Rewards include themed weapons, gear, and cosmetics. Bounty of Blood will consist of Crew Challenges and story missions, with your actions influencing the town's future. "Every Western needs its horse", says Matt. You can traverse it quickly with the Jetbeast hoverbike, but there'll also be helpful objects unique to the environment, such as the Traitorweed, which can briefly make allies of your enemies, and the Breezebloom, which helps you reach new areas. And of course, there'll be loads of new loot to chase after, including plenty of Western-themed weaponry. It will be coming to the game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia.