New update also brings back some seasonal content.
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Today, Gearbox made good on a promise they made back in May about adding crossplay support to Borderlands 3. This means that as of right now, those Borderlands 3 players on PC, Xbox, Mac, and even Stadia can team up and do all sorts of shooting and/or looting.

In order to get started, you will first need to create a Crossplay Display name. This will pop up automatically after you download the latest update, even if you choose not to enable crossplay. The name must be unique, so if you want to snag your online handle before someone snipes it, you better hurry up.

You'll have probably noticed by now that PlayStation was excluded from the list of crossplay supported platforms. Nobody involved, be it Gearbox or Sony, have publicly revealed the exact reasons as to why PlayStation platforms are excluded from Borderlands 3 crossplay. However, the prevailing rumor is that Gearbox and 2K don't want to pay a fee that Sony may be forcing on companies that want to include crossplay support. We're not saying that this is what's happening here, but until someone says something official, this is all we have to go on.

Today's update also brings back the Revenge of the Cartels event. This time it's called Revengence of Revenge of the Cartels and is identical to the 2020 event. You will be fighting against Joey Ultraviolent and some neon-colored foes. Earn various cosmetic rewards by completing challenges.

This update also makes all seasonal events "endless." This means that you don't have to worry about any FOMO now as you can simply hop in to your favorite event at any time you want to. Gearbox has also boosted the level cap up to 72 as of today's update.