More Borderlands 3 Music Is out After DLC and Content Updates

It Sounds Like Space Money

Every now and then, when playing a game, you might become aware of the soundtrack and how it really amps up your experience. Whether you’re in a heated firefight, in a crazy car chase, exploring a fantastical world, or running for your life from an unstoppable behemoth, the right song at the right time can make it all the more immersive. Personally, I got this feeling quite a few times playing through the first Borderlands 3 DLC, Moxxi’s Heist of the Handsome Jackpot. Shooting up Psychos, Loader Bots, and rogue slot machines got even better when the space-y, electronic music kicked it. The soundtrack for the DLC has joined the rest of the Borderlands 3 music on various music streaming platforms.

Borderlands 3 Music

So much of the Borderlands series takes place on Pandora and most of us would likely associate the barren wastelands of that planet with the twangy strings of a blues song. The Handsome Jackpot is a stark contrast to Pandora, and the soundtracks are just as different. The Handsome Jackpot is a place of greed, extravagance, and violence, and the sound of all of that is electronic synth with a splash of industrial.

A smaller release than the DLC was the Takedown at Maliwan’s Blacksite, which came as a free content update. That raid-esque mission has its own soundtrack that has also been released on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, and all your other favourite places for rhythm sounds. Borderlands 3 is out now on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia.

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Source: VGR