Borderlands 3: Community asks for auto-pickup feature for shields
Borderlands 3 is the new shooter from Gearbox Software and 2K Games. The game is a sequel to Borderlands 2 which was released back in 2012. Borderlands 3 was released on September 13 and players have already started pointing out the different features they want in-game for better gameplay.
Just four days after game launch, players on the Borderlands 3 subreddit have already created a thread demanding that the shields should be picked up automatically and having to pick it up manually causes the flow of the game to break and it also leaves players vulnerable to enemy attacks.
Also, the players have argued that this auto pickup of shield boosters will allow much more improved gameplay. Check out the thread from Reddit below –
Players who replied to the thread said that they even avoid these boosters just because they lose more shield while picking them up. Some console users also suggested that making it easier to pick up also can be a viable option.
Borderlands is one of the most favorite shooter series and players have been looking forward to the fourth game in the series. The game is available to play on PC, PS4, and Xbox. The game is exclusively available on Epic Store until 2020.
The game follows the story of the Vault Hunters who regroup on the call of Crimson Raiders and arrive on Pandora and find out that Crimson Raiders are almost annihilated by Children of the Vault. The Vault Hunters meet with Lilith who assigns them the missions to recover a Vault Map which directs them to Promethea.
But they are ambushed by Tyreen and Troy who both are Sirens, but Troy needs Tyreen’s power to keep him alive. Tyreen can suck the life force out of anyone and uses it on Lilith. The twins take the map, and the adventure for the Vault Hunters continue.
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