Last summer, a good few months after the Borderlands 3 next-gen update arrived, the game received cross-play support. However, it was limited, as PlayStation owners missed out and the functionality only worked between Xbox, PC, Mac and Stadia users.
It appears that'll soon change. 2K has now said that cross-play support for PlayStation 4 and 5 will arrive "in the future" (thanks, Eurogamer). Once that functionality is added, PlayStation users should be united with all the other Borderlands 3 communities, including on Xbox.
Why this has taken so long, we're not quite sure. At the time of cross-play's initial announcement, it seemed 2K and Gearbox couldn't strike a deal with Sony to allow PlayStation platforms to support the feature.
However, Gearbox did just reveal that the upcoming Borderlands spin-off, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, is getting full cross-play support at launch. It's looking like this new release allowed the teams to revisit the Borderlands 3 situation. At the time of writing, no date has been provided on when Borderlands 3 cross-play will go live.
Will you be diving back in to Borderlands 3 once cross-play arrives? Or is it time to move on to Wonderlands? Let us know below.