Texas Storms push back Borderlands 3 Director's Cut to April 8

The leading women of Borderlands.
The leading women of Borderlands. / Photo courtesy of Gearbox

After heavy storms made their way through Texas during the last month, Gearbox has pushed the Borderlands 3 Director's Cut to April 8.

Fortunately, Gearbox has mentioned that all of their team members and their families are doing okay, however the storms caused unavoidable disruptions to the progress of releasing the game on March 18. The severe winter storm took power and heat away from many Texans for many days, and kept many inside

Gearbox's studio is based in Dallas, Texas, so it was hit severely as well. Fortunately, the team has been able to get back on track slowly, however, the upcoming DIrector's Cut of Borderlands 3 needed to be pushed back a few weeks to make sure they "deliver the best possible experience."

The new Borderlands 3 Director's Cut is expected to feature a new set of story missions, Vault cards, a new set of Multiverse cosmetics, and a new Raid boss named Hemovorous the Invincible.