Borderlands 3 Interactive Skill Trees Now Available to Use

Test out different character builds for each vault hunter in Borderlands 3 right now.

After releasing the trailer for Fl4K, 2K and Gearbox updated the Borderlands website with skill trees for each vault hunter. In the past, we have also received skill trees for Borderlands, Borderlands 2, and The Pre-Sequel! This allows players to simulate different character builds. This way, it gives you an idea of what route you might want to pursue before launch.

Unlike previous entries, each vault hunter has three different action skills players can choose from. Before now, each vault hunter had only one action skill. Additionally, each skill tree has implemented variants of all the action skills. There are also augments/effects that are assigned to an action skill giving it additional features. Once you finish filling out your character build, you can share it with your friends on Facebook and Twitter.

As a Borderlands veteran, it is so great that this is available so players can get an idea of which character they want to play. Up to today, I was interested in all the vault hunters and while I still am, I have decided that FL4K will be my main character. With Borderlands 3 being just over a month away this has helped the wait become a little more bearable.

Borderlands 3 is one of the most anticipated titles this year. Since the gameplay reveal eventBorderlands 3 has received numerous different instances of backlash. One of them being that the game would be exclusive to the Epic Games Store for six months before coming to Steam. The news made Steam users review bomb previous Borderlands titles on the platform.

Regardless, Borderlands 3 is looking to be one of the better titles during the holiday season. The game will release on September 13 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC with a day one release later on Google Stadia. You can pre-order the game on Amazon now.

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