See How the Borderlands 3 DLC Guns, Love, and Tentacles Begins Before Its March 26th Debut

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New Borderlands 3 DLC is on the way soon. Guns, Love, and Tentacles, a campaign involving fighting evil so Sir Alistair Hammerlock and Wainwright Jakobs can get married, is about to launch on March 26, 2020. To help people prepare, a new video looks at the opening mission on the new ice planet Xylourgos and offers a glimpse at some of the enemies people will face.

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You can see the first 12 minutes of Borderlands 3’s Guns, Love, and Tentacles below. It kicks off with the Vault Hunter Moze heading to Xylourgos for Hammerlock and Wainwright’s wedding. No one is there. Well, no one human. There is definitely a Wolvengar welcoming committee when she reaches Mistral’s Moon. Fortunately, after a little trouble, players run into the wedding planner… Borderland 2’s Gaige.

In addition to the new look at Guns, Love, and Tentacles, there’s a new Borderlands 3 DLC roadmap to consult. It looks at everything people can expect in 2020. An array of free updates will be coming in April and May, with April giving people end-game extras, an in-game event, and new loot and rewards. May will involve a content update called Guardian Taketown with more bosses, cosmetic items, and gear.

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Borderlands 3 is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. Its first add-on, Moxxi’s Heist of the Handsome Jackpot, is available now.

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