The Borderlands 3 Bloody Harvest Halloween event is going on now but that doesn't mean Gearbox is done adding more content for players to enjoy. A recent Borderlands 3 leak reveals more cosmetics on the way, including a truly epic looking Anubis FL4K head (which looks dope).
Borderlands has a pretty rad content creation team and a few of those members got their hands on some upcoming skins coming soon. Twitch user Char shared the below skins showing off what Borderlands 3 players have to look forward to:
New "Like, Follow, and Obey" skins & heads in Borderlands 3. As part of the stream team I got them early, but they will be available to everyone. Thank you @GearboxOfficial and @2K 🙏 pic.twitter.com/PDwz9HVNgN— Char (@CharOnTwitch) October 25, 2019
You can't go wrong with an Anubis skin! According to the leak, the new pack will be called "Like, Follow, Obey" - which stays in-tune with the streamer-culture theme the latest Borderlands has, and also has a few heads that players can enjoy. As seen above, Zane, FL4K, Amara and Moze are getting some unique makeovers with FL4K's being arguably the coolest.
As for the Halloween going on now, it wouldn't be a new event if there wasn't some new loot in store. From Terror-induced new weaponry to Halloween-tastic skins for your favorite Vault Hunter, there are a lot of reasons to jump back into the land of mayhem and chaos with the Halloween Bloody Harvest event going on now in Borderlands 3 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC players.
Want to learn even more about the latest Borderlands game? Check out a small snippet of our full review below:
"There's an overwhelming melange of things to do in Borderlands 3, so much so that things get downright frenetic at times. It's in those chaotic moments that Gearbox has truly created a product that thrives. When you're downed and the only way to advance is to go right through your enemies as your screen fades to read and your controller is shaking almost painfully in your hands. When you're holding down a position from hordes of screaming Psychos with your friends and trying frantically to gain any sort of ground. When you're exploring the Mad Max overworld in whatever Catch-A-Ride pumpkin carriage you've unlocked after skewering twenty bandits in the head. Borderlands 3 shines when it's doused liberally in blood, guts, and glory, but what do you do in the moments in-between? Quite frankly, you're not given much of a reason to remember."