Borderlands 3 received a brand new update today, marking the debut of crossplay functionality on PlayStation platforms.
As can be seen from the patch notes above, this is quite a significant update for the game, not because of significant gameplay changes, but because of the addition of crossplay functionality. As a result, players on PlayStation can now play with players on other platforms. Considering this feature has been anticipated for quite some time, avid fans of the game would be pretty excited to get their hands on the update.
- MORE: Explains what is Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and TV support for PlayStation 5
That being said, there’s another interesting change with the addition of a variable refresh rate for PlayStation 5 owners. According to the official description, VRR basically allows “adjustment of the refresh rate in real time when using TVs and games that support VRR (Variable Refresh Rate)”. Please note that this feature must be supported by your TV to work properly.
Last but not least, there are also some minor performance improvements and bug fixes. Players were having some issues with crossplay and this has been fixed on all platforms. The PlayStation Director Cut video issue has also been fixed, along with the ECHO card bug.
Here are the full patch notes of the update.
Borderlands 3 Crossplay Update 1.28 Patch Notes Today (June 1st)
- Added support for PlayStation Crossplay with other platforms on PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®5
- [PlayStation® Only] Added support for Variable Refresh Rate for PlayStation®5
- [PlayStation® Only] Addressed a reported concern that Director’s Cut behind-the-scenes videos were not playing correctly
- Various crossplay fixes
- Addressed a reported issue where the ECHO menu map was not displaying properly on ultrawide screens
- Various performance and stability improvements
https://www.dualshockers.com/borderlands-3-crossplay-update-1-28-patch-notes-today-june-1st/ Borderlands 3 Crossplay Update 1.28 Patch Notes Today (June 1st)