Borderlands 3 To Adjust Takedown At The Guardian Breach After Player Feedback

After being delayed in support of Black Lives Matter, Borderlands 3’s Takedown at the Guardian Breach has since been patched in but will be receiving some changes in the coming week. [Update: Gearbox has announced the Borderlands 3 update will go live today, June 16. It will “significantly reduce” the health of enemy mobs in Takedown at the Guardian Breach, which should make the event less frustrating.]

Takedown at the Guardian Breach is the latest in a slew of Borderlands 3 content updates, following the popular Revenge of the Cartels event. It launched a few days ago on June 12, and added a number of new rewards in the form of Legendary weapons, mods, and of course, cosmetics.

Now, there’s been some time for the community to hit back with how they feel about this latest update and it looks like the Borderlands 3 team will be making adjustments accordingly. The tweet above from the official Borderlands account suggests that they’re going to look at tweaking enemy health first, with new foes taking a little too long to kill for Vault Hunters’ comfort.

This update to Takedown at the Guardian Breach will be taking place not too far from the next DLC drop for Borderlands 3. Bounty of Blood is currently scheduled to launch on June 25 after also being shelved for a time in support of Black Lives Matter, and will involve more Lovecraftian influences in a Wild West setting. Bounty of Blood will be available for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia on that release date.

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