A few hours after the launch of Borderlands 3, Gearbox has revealed that the arrival of some features of the highly anticipated looter shooter will arrive with a slight delay on the console version.
It appears that the photo mode and Twitch extension support will not be available for launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while PC users will be able to take advantage of both from today. It seems however that the wait is not particularly long and both the photo mode and the possibility of obtaining extra loot watching a live on Twitch will be enabled with the update coming one month after the launch and nicknamed “Day 30 patch”.
We also remind you that anyone who has booked their digital copy on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One can start playing from midnight, which is just over an hour. PC users will have to wait an extra hour and can, therefore, play from one o’clock this night.
While waiting for the title to unlock, we invite you to redeem all the latest Borderlands 3 VIP codes, thanks to which you can already unlock some extra skins and helmets. On our pages, you will also find a code to get 3 Borderlands 3 Golden Keys, useful for those looking for high-level loot right away.
Hey Vault Hunters, Photo Mode and the Twitch ECHOcast Extension will be limited to PC players at release. We appreciate your patience as we work to enable them for console players in the Day 30 update for Borderlands 3.
— Borderlands 3 (@Borderlands) September 12, 2019