What song is in the Borderlands 3 cinematic launch trailer?

Joanna Estrada
September 11, 2019

Borderlands 3 reviews are now live and each, as we reported yesterday, from US-based outlets in a freakish security move by publisher 2K. If you're curious to know exactly what song is playing in the Borderlands 3 cinematic trailer, then we can help.

Yet time is of the essence, as "Borderlands 3" arrives two and a half weeks ahead of the latest "Destiny 2" update in October - a Year 3 expansion called Shadowkeep and a pivot into free-to-play for the slick, hard sci-fi franchise that established itself as a glossy genre rival in the wake of "Borderlands 2". From everything we've seen before, it looks like...well, it looks like more Borderlands. The music-set, action packed cutscene has been a staple of the Borderlands series leading all the way back to the original game in 2009, leaving a high bar for Gearbox to deliver another gold sizzle reel with its much anticipated threequel. You'll see a small icon appear on the screen when it is saving too, so you'll be able to see when your progress is safe if you keep an eye out. This proper sequel improves upon the formula with more guns, but more importantly, a stretch of unique planets to kill enemies on.

Four new heroes team up to prevent galactic-level destruction in "Borderlands 3", supported by a returning cast of franchise favorites and a near-endless supply of wild and wonderful armaments. The tuning is clearly meant for more than one player, making a punitive experience at times for the solo Vault Hunter.

An old formula executed well, Borderlands 3 rarely takes chances or strays from expectation.
Despite the formula growing a bit stale, Gearbox has expanded upon it in the right way, resulting in a great Borderlands experience.

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