Borderlands 3 dedicated drop lists were changed in the latest patch. Loaded with about as many bugfixes and tweaks as its titular game has guns, it would probably take a lot more time and energy than anyone feels like putting in to list them all. Instead, we'll talk about one of the more notable ones, dedicated drop lists.
Borderlands 3 Dedicated Drop Lists Changes in New Patch
While this is just one of a plethora of updates, it's certainly significant for quite a few reasons. Most notably, as mentioned in the patch notes, is the ability to farm for certain legendary and unique weapons purely by figuring out which boss drops your favorite toy.
Whether you really want to get your hands on a powerful weapon of a certain element to make your bandit-culling more efficient, or your just a fan of the more... masochistic methods of play, the ability to more accurately hunt for specific weapons will do wonders for replayability. There are those who'd argue that running into new guns completely at random is part of Borderlands' core gameplay loop, but we all know how frustrating it is to drop that boss you used 5 Second Winds on just to get an assortment of weapons you didn't want and probably don't need.
As expected for a game that consistently sets and breaks the world record for amount of unique weapons in a video game, trying to list every single exotic gun in the drop list is an endeavor I certainly don't get paid enough for. However, thanks to one amazing internetter, a Google Spreadsheet exists that accurately lists all of them as well as where they can be found and which boss drops them. Parse through it at your own risk, but we'd advise making liberal use of Control-F to save time.
And if you happen to get your hands on The Headsposion, do be careful.
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