Borderlands 3 Hotfix June 18 Is Out, Webslinger Buff

A brand new patch went live for Borderlands 3 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. With Borderlands 3 Hotfix June 18, you will find that this is quite a small patch, as there are only two confirmed patch notes. Take note that the developers increased the damage and magazine size of the Webslinger and they addressed various reported localization and grammatical errors in-game. Below you will find the complete list of all Borderlands 3 Hotfix June 18 patch notes.

  • Increased the damage and magazine size of the Webslinger assault rifle.
  • Addressed various reported localization and grammatical errors throughout the game.

A few months ago, the developers released another important update. With Borderlands 3 Patch & Hotfix April 30, you will find that the developers moved the Loot the Universe mini event to Promethea until May 7, they addressed drop rates in Mayhem Mode, and also concerns reported by the community. Something else that stood out in this update is that they reduced the time between Moxxtails donations on the ECHOcast from 60 seconds to 30 seconds.

Thanks to Patch & Hotfix April 30, the developers also addressed a reported stuck spot behind the wooden wall during the “The Shadow of Cursehaven”, on the pipes during “The Nibblenomicon”, and on the right of the Amourette camp wall during “The Horror in the Woods”. Take note that they lowered the O.P.Q System’s secondary rate of fire to prevent stability concerns due to the Gunner’s ability to spawn an excessive number of drones.

Borderlands 3 is the latest installment of the Borderlands first-person action saga, considered the father of looter shooters. The 3rd part leads us again through a galactic adventure full of extravagant characters, epic enemies & duels with exciting bosses, equipped with multiple weapons. I remind you that Borderlands 3 has been on sale since September 13 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC; and December 17, 2019 for Google Stadia.

Andrew is all the way from South Africa. He was born and raised in a small city called Vereeniging. This is where he realized that video games can expand your imagination to endless worlds. Gaming ...