Today there has been one of those strange cases that, from time to time, we see in the rating agencies by age. Gearbox puts on sale today Borderlands 3 Director’s Cut, a new DLC for the shooter for PC and consoles, which includes numerous enhancements and added features.
Among the novelties of this Director’s Cut, we find the Camera Cards, and is available today on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC. Recall that the base game was released in 2019 and the next-gen patch was recently released for next-gen consoles.
Nevertheless, the PEGI website (the European age rating body) today listed a version of Borderlands 3 Director’s Cut for Nintendo Switch, in addition to the rest of the versions. The funny thing is that it is the same date (today, April 8), but so far no user has reported that the game is available on the hybrid console.
This Borderlands 3 DLC was not announced for Switch, and is that not even the base game is available on that platform. Most likely, it is an error on the PEGI website, but it is not ruled out that this version of Nintendo Switch is real … perhaps for later.
The truth is that this is not confirmed, but it would make a lot of sense that Borderlands 3 saw the light on Switch. 2K Games has already released several ports for the Nintendo console, such as BioShock The Borderlands Collection or Compilation, both developed by Virtuos.
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We could dress up in Colombo and start to connect the dots. Virtuos announced a few months ago that New ports of games for Nintendo Switch were coming, and maybe Borderlands 3 is one of them. Anyway, this would confirm that what we currently see on the PEGI website is an error.
Borderlands 3 Director’s Cut is now available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC, as an enhancement to the popular multiplayer shooter Gearbox. As a matter of fact, its creators are already part of the Embracer Group, which ensures new IPs from the studio.