What is the song from the Borderlands 3 cinematic launch trailer? It’s certainly a familiar ballad, which explains why it was one of the first things to pop out at us. The song makes for a typically outlandish addition to a trailer that gives us another look at the Calypso Twins, who will be serving as our big bads for this latest outing to Pandora and beyond.
Past that, we also got another peek at our playable Borderlands 3 characters in action. An unexpected, albeit charming, touch was also seeing some playable Vault Hunters from previous games, too – such as the Assassin Zer0 from Borderlands 2. From what we can tell, though, time has moved on a tad. Tiny Tina isn’t so tiny anymore and has grown up a fair bit.
There’s a fair bit of buzz for the game, too, as we can tell from the early Borderlands 3 review consensus. So, if you’re excited for the Borderlands 3 release date and what something to jam out to in the meantime, then read on to find out what song is booming out in the Borderlands 3 cinematic launch trailer.
Borderlands 3 cinematic launch trailer song
If Freddy Mercury’s vocal talents didn’t give it away, the Borderlands 3 cinematic launch trailer song is Seven Seas of Rhye by Queen. The song may be a tad old, having released way back in 1974, but it still holds up today – like pretty much anything by Queen. If you’re now darting to Spotify to give it another listen, it comes from the Queen II album – simple enough to remember right?
And there you have it, the song from the Borderlands 3 cinematic launch trailer. We can’t say if the song will appear in game or not, we’re sure we’ll find out soon as the game’s release beckons, but for now you can check out how long it will take to beat Borderlands 3 when the game drops.