Borderlands 3 will receive a second season pass of content

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The other part of Season Pass 2 is called The Director's Cut, which is only coming out early next year.

Coming first is Designer's Cut, which launches day-and-date with season 2 on November 10 and includes an additional Skill Tree for each Vault Hunter and a brand-new game mode called Arms Race. Nothing's been confirmed for the contents of the Director's Cut, but its release is planned for spring 2021. However, this second season will be a bit different to the first, featuring two new DLC add-ons which take a different approach to new content than the first four story add-ons.

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Players can expect the free update for next-gen on November 10 (Xbox Series X), and November 12 (PS5). First up will be The Designer's Cut, which launches in November with "new ways to play", including a new mode called Arms Race, an additional Skill Tree for each Vault Hunter, and more. The new substance will be investigated in a numerous day plan that has been spread out in the post, beginning with the aptitude trees for FL4K and Amara on October twentieth and finishing on October 30th with live Arms Race interactivity. The costs of the two DLC, and the new Season Pass, have yet to be revealed. It is also to be noted New Vault Hunter skins will be revealed by late October.

October 29, 9:00 AM PT - A new episode of The Borderlands Show premieres, featuring the new Arms Race mode, developer interviews, and much more. "Rest assured it will be bursting with next-level mayhem as Borderlands 3 continues its second year", writes the studio.

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