Donate to Direct Relief and Get a Borderlands 3 Antisocial Mask

Published: Monday, June 22, 2020 - 16:01 | By: Robert N. Adams
Publisher
2K Games
Release Date
September 13, 2019
Multiplayer modes
Co Op, Local, Online
Purchase (Some links may be affiliated)
Amazon Epic Games Humble Bundle
Social Distancing in Style

Like many other companies, Gearbox is stepping up to help out with charitable relief efforts for the professionals dealing with COVID-19. Now, you can pick up a sweet Borderlands 3 Antisocial Mask with a simple $5 or more donation to Direct Relief.

The gaming world has had a tough time with the coronavirus. Events have been canceled left and right, games have been delayed, and all sorts of other problems have popped up. While these issues pale in comparison to some of the most severe consequences of this worldwide pandemic, gamers and game developers have also shown an eagerness to help out however they can.

 
 

Now, the developers of Borderlands 3 have thrown their hat into the ring with their own charitable relief effort. By donating a minimum of $5 to Direct Relief, you'll get a little more than a warm, fuzzy feeling in your heart — you'll also get a cool in-game cosmetic!

Borderlands 3 Antisocial Mask slice

How Do I Get the Borderlands 3 Antisocial Mask?

If you'd like to pick up this neat in-game cosmetic for yourself, it's not too hard to do. Check out the Borderlands 3 Antisocial Mask store page on Gearbox's merch site and pick one up for a minimum donation of $5 to Direct Relief. If you prefer to go for some stylish mask wear for the real world, Gearbox also offers a variety of choices based on some of the game's major characters for just $19.99.

Of course, you'll need the game itself to claim the Borderlands 3 Antisocial mask. You can get it on Steam or at the Epic Games Store for $59.99 or your regional equivalent.

Read more about how the COVID-19 novel coronavirus is affecting the gaming world at our Coronavirus Gaming Convention Cancellations and Game Delays Hub.

Disclosure: Epic Games Store works with TechRaptor for affiliate partnership, and TechRaptor earns a small commission off purchases made from some links in this article.

What do you think of this in-game face mask for Borderlands 3? Do you think more developers should create charity items like this for their games? Let us know in the comments below!


Share On:

Topics | Coronavirus

Featured Video (All Videos)

 

A photograph of Robert N Adams
Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!