Borderlands 2 Updates: Borderlands 2 on Switch delivers its most recent update and fifth mission add on, yet numerous fans are encountering issues with the fix.
Another new update coming with new content for Borderlands 2 on Switch is usually a reason for festivity, however this time it’s been messing the game up.
Soon after the update went on the servers, various players reported different bugs preventing them from playing the game. Both Gearbox and 2K Games know about the issue and are investigating it, so ideally a fix will come soon.
The most recent update adds another field of view slider control, permitting players to modify the field for a view of the character they’re playing with and improve the overall gaming experience.
Furthermore, some minor changes were made to the quick travel mechanics, and the fifth mission add-on for Borderlands 2 on Switch, named Commander Lilith and the Fight for Sanctuary, is presently accessible on the Switch eShop.
Lamentably, these mistakes have been creating hurdles for numerous players from truly enjoying the new update and its improvements.
Borderlands 2: How to fix it?
Most reports have the game letting the users know “The game crashed due to an error” absent of any clarification concerning what the blunder was or how to fix it. There are some workarounds that fans have found, however, these haven’t been working for everybody.
Players encountering this accident can have a go at archiving Borderland’s software. While redownloading the game, holding “L” on the joystick will simply make it download the game with no downloadable content.
Players at that point need to decline the window telling them to download the most recent Borderlands 2 DLC just before beginning the game.
This arrangement has worked for a few however not all players encountering the issue. It seems like most of the accidents are identified with the DLC add-on, yet that isn’t altogether clear yet.
With any luck, Gearbox Software or 2K Games will come out with a fix for this issue sooner rather than later, however meanwhile, players may need to hang tight for the Borderlands DLC on Switch.
Borderlands 2 is accessible now on PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.
You can Subscribe to our Newsstand on Google News, Click the below ButtonSubscribe Now