Gearbox is hosting an interactive Borderlands 3 livestream on Twitch (with loot drops, you guys!)
Tarryn van der Byl·
Okay, so this is… different. Using some kind of hi-tech wizardry, tomorrow’s Borderlands 3 gameplay debut livestream features a new, interactive ECHOcast Twitch extension to get viewers for reals involved. Besides spamming emotes, I mean.
“The extension will empower you to look through your favorite streamer’s loadout, explore the contents of their backpack, and even poke around their skill tree,” the studio explains in the press stuff. Sexy.
“There are also special loot chests throughout the game that kickoff opt-in events every time a streamer finds and opens one. If viewers opt in to one of these ‘Rare Chest Events,’ they could potentially score a copy of one item from the Rare Chest the streamer opens. This could be a gun, a shield, a grenade mod—whatever the case, one lucky viewer receives a SHiFT code that can be redeemed for the specific item they select from among the items in the chest.”