Borderland 3 Wallpaper
Borderland 3 Wallpaper Description
Borderland 3 Wallpaper is the fourth main and fifth overall entry in Gearbox Software’s Borderlands game series. It was announced by Randy Pitchford, Gearbox CEO on March 28th, 2019 and released on September 13th, 2019 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on the Epic Games Store. The game later released for Google Stadia on December 17th, 2019, and was released on Steam for PC on March 13th, 2020. Borderlands 3 is built on Unreal Engine 4.
Borderland 3 Wallpaper Story
Taking place approximately seven years after the events of Borderlands 2 and six years after the events of Tales from the Borderlands, Borderland 3 Wallpaper begins with four new Vault Hunters – Amara the Siren, FL4K the Beastmaster, Moze the Gunner, and Zane the Operative – joining Lilith’s Crimson Raiders as new recruits sent to investigate the Children of the Vault cult and their mysterious leaders, the Calypso twins, Tyreen and Troy, who are believed to be in possession of the long lost Vault Map.
Upon reclaiming the Vault Map, The Crimson Raiders and allies board the Sanctuary III spacecraft to journey beyond Pandora to other planets throughout the galaxy to claim the Vaults they hold before the Calypsos can steal their power for themselves.
Borderland 3 Wallpaper Missions
- Main article: Borderlands 3 mission flow
Borderland 3 Wallpaperhas four playable characters:
- Amara – (Siren)
- Zane – (Operative)
- Moze – (Gunner)
- FL4K – (Beastmaster)
Borderland 3 Wallpaper Gameplay
- Loot-instancing and level scaling modes:
- Cooperative mode (Cooperation): Each player has their own loot instance (ie. two players can loot the same loot chest and obtain different gear) and character levels are intuitively scaled (weapons inflict a damage percentage which is then applied to the enemy). This enables players to play together without issues like loot thieving or long sessions of leveling help.
- Competitive mode (Coopetition): The default mode of Borderland 3 Wallpaper, Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, where everyone in the session shares the same loot and higher leveled characters hold advantage over the lower leveled characters against high-level enemies.
- Prominent bosses (such as those fought during the storyline) have multiple stages during their encounters.
- A ping system has been added to highlight locations, weapons, NPCs, enemies, and other objects.
- Mayhem mode has been added as an alteration to Ultimate Vault Hunter Mode and Overpower Levels. Each rank increases the durability of enemies and adds a variety of modifiers to alter gameplay, with the incentive of increased loot, experience and Eridium gain.
- Players can acquire loot while watching their favorite streamers by using the new ECHOcast extension on Twitch.
- A Lost Loot machine, accessed onboard Sanctuary III, provides players with an opportunity to recover high quality items (blue and above) that they did not or could not pick up during missions or whilst exploring.
- Emotes: forms of expressions from dances to taunts represented through your character.
- Player interactive environments:
- Barrels can now be launched by the player by meleeing or sliding into them, thereby priming them for explosion.
- Pipe Covers can be destroyed, resulting in element sensitive pools appearing (such as flammable oil). Some puzzles require using blown pipes to complete circuits.
- Cover such as wooden barricades can be chipped away at and destroyed if sufficiently damaged.
- Bodies of water can be affected by elemental damage, causing a brief area-of-effect at the point of impact. Some puzzles require using shock damage to complete circuits.
- Lighter lootable objects can be shot or melee’d to release their contents.
- Gore has been improved, with weapons and melee strikes being capable of blowing off limbs, heads and torsos. Like the first Borderlands, players can shoot off the body parts of enemy carcasses a few seconds after the enemy dies. Gore can be turned off in the settings.
- A Social tab has been added to access online features such as matchmaking and events, the latter of which can be turned on or off freely during the event period. The Social tab also features mail, which lets players access hunting rewards, DLC items, and send items to friends at any time.
Borderland 3 WallpaperMechanics
- Improved movement system: Vault Hunters can now mantle up ledges they can’t quite reach normally and crouch-slide to quickly get behind cover or get through low openings.
- Improved Fast Travel: players can fast travel to any Fast Travel station from the map menu without the use of one, and can also fast travel to any player-spawned vehicle on the map.
- Players will be spawned at the last save point if they quit from the menu and continue the game, removing the need to backtrack from the start of a map.
- In addition to Vault Hunters being able to revive NPCs, friendly NPCs can revive Vault Hunters.
- Players in Fight For Your Life can now move while being revived, and move faster when downed.
- Ground slams have been reintroduced since The Pre-Sequel, which can cause enemies to stagger or ragdoll. They can only be performed at a height.
- Knockback has been revamped, with singularity effects, ground pounds and shots from strong weapons like shotguns being capable of causing standard enemies to ragdoll momentarily.
- Action Skills are expanded upon, allowing characters to equip one of three action skills at any given time (with the exception of Zane, who can equip two at once while sacrificing the use of grenades). Action Skill augments (represented by a chevron shaped icon) can be unlocked and chosen for free to increase Action Skill effectiveness, by investing skill points into the associated skill tree in Borderlands 3 Trailer.
- Radiation has been added as an elemental damage type as a replacement/adaptation of the slag element in Borderlands 2. Enemies afflicted with radiation will take damage over time, can damage other enemies and explode upon death. It deals less damage to armor, but slightly more to shields.
- Cryo returns from The Pre-Sequel as an elemental effect, but with modified abilties. It no longer deals damage over time but causes enemies to take 300% melee damage when frozen. It deals less damage to shields, but slightly more to armor.
- Explosive damage has been removed as an elemental type. In its place is splash damage, which deals an area-of-effect on hit. This no longer limits splash damage to explosive-based weapons like those from Torgue, and modifies the way splash damage is enhanced through skills.
- Guardian Rank has been implemented as a replacement for Badass Rank. They provide similar perks to badass rank but with a higher base percent increase, alongside a skill tree that grants access to additional perks and cosmetic rewards. This can be toggled on or off at any time.
- Luck, an additional stat that increases the chance to find rare loot, has been implemented. This can be affected by artifacts and guardian rank, alongside some unique items.
- Enemies will taunt after downing a Vault Hunter, giving them an opportunity to retaliate.
- Melee attacks are very likely to stun enemies momentarily, especially on the first hit.
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