The PS5 Borderlands 3 has better quality shadows, load times; The Xbox series offers slightly better performance in 120Hz mode


Borderlands 3 appears to be working well on both the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, according to a new analysis.

Digital Foundry took a close look at the latest entry in Gearbox’s latest console series, confirming that performance is solid in both systems. There are some differences, though: the PlayStation 5 version has better shadows, denser foliage, and slightly better load times, while the Xbox Series X has a slight advantage in 120Hz mode.

The PS5 and Xbox Series X will be in stock this week at Walmart in Canada, shipped before Christmas

Everything you need to know about Borderlands 3’s new PS5 and Xbox Series X support. Striking 4K and 60 frames per second is a priority in Gearbox’s efforts, though the premium consoles also have an ambitious 120Hz mode. How can they withstand performance bets – and is the S Series capable of 1440p imaging?

Borderlands 3 is by no means a perfect game, but thanks to its addictive mechanics and action, it’s still an enjoyable title, which Nate also pointed out.

Borderlands 3 isn’t perfect, but well, there’s a lot of it. Even if you keep an eye on the winnings, most players will probably need about 25-30 hours to process the main story. Double these numbers if you want to clear all the missions in the game and expand them to infinity if you really dive into the high level loot. Hopefully we won’t have to wait another seven years for another Borderlands, but if we do, this post can only occupy you until then.

Borderlands 3 is now available worldwide on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.