New cosmetic packs show who Borderlands 3's Vault Hunters would have become if they joined the Children of the Vault.
With the release of the Multiverse Final Form cosmetic packs in November we got a look at who Amara, FL4K, Moze, and Zane might have become if their respective backstories played out differently and they never became Vault Hunters. With the upcoming release of the Multiverse Disciples of the Vault cosmetic packs, we'll get to see who the Vault Hunters would have become if they had been swayed by the Calypsos and joined their Children of the Vault cult instead of fighting against it.
Coinciding with the release of the Director's Cut DLC, The Multiverse Disciples of the Vault cosmetic packs will be granted to owners of Season Pass 2 or Borderlands 3 Ultimate Edition and be available for purchase separately on April 8. Each character-specific pack includes a one-of-a-kind Vault Hunter body and matching Head, which you can mix and match with any other customization options you have in your collection.
Check below for a look at the new Vault Hunter cosmetics as well as synopses of the alternate backstories that added four powerful followers to the Calypsos' cult.
Amara: Sinister Sister
Initially drawn by the Calypsos' offers of insights to her Siren gifts, Amara comes to view the COV as scrappy rebels banded together against the armies of the corporations. After Amara demonstrates her loyalty and usefulness on the battlefield, Tyreen allows her to keep her Siren abilities in the capacity of Sinister Sister, a holy avatar of Tyreen's will.
FL4K: THE H4RBINGER
On their never-ending quest to find Death, FL4K determines that the Children of the Vault brush shoulders with her every day. After seeing how zealously the COV hunt the Vaults, killing and dying in droves, FL4K resolves to join the bloody crusade, hoping to get closer to their quarry. Over time, FL4K comes to be seen as an omen of destruction. Where they go, Death is sure to follow.
Moze: Saint of Iron
Ambushed by an army of COV looking to steal Iron Bear, Moze single-handedly decimates their forces. Survivors spread tales in hushed whispers of the Saint whose bullets chewed through them like lead locusts. When some COV begin making pilgrimage to have her bless them and their weapons, Moze, nostalgic for the camaraderie and community she enjoyed in Vladof's ranks, fully adopts the role of "Saint of Iron."
Zane: Bane Flynt
In an effort to evade powerful enemies that may have followed him to the Borderlands, Zane infiltrates the COV, hoping to lose himself in their nameless ranks. However, he can only live among the bandits for so long before becoming one. The blood of a Flynt still runs in his veins, and Zane picks up the mantle as his brothers before him to become the bandit clan leader known as "Bane Flynt."
We hope you enjoy unleashing your inner psycho with these new looks—just don't forget which side you're on!