How many planets can you visit in Borderlands 3?

One of the many new features in Borderlands 3 is the ability to actually travel to new planets. But, just how many planets can you actually visit in Borderlands? Here's your answer.


One of the coolest new features in Borderlands 3 is the fact that the campaign takes players across several iconic planets in the Borderlands universe. You’re no longer stuck on Pandora, and there’s plenty out there for you to discover and reveal. But if you’re curious to know exactly how many planets you can visit in Borderlands 3, then we can definitely help.

Of course, spoilers abound in this article, so if you don’t want to spoil some of the game’s bigger reveals, stop reading right now.

How many planets can you visit in Borderlands 3?

Players diving into Borderlands 3 will see themselves visiting a total of four different planets, including Pandora. These four planets each contain vital story missions and characters and will give players a good taste of different environments within the Borderlands universe. This is definitely the biggest Borderlands game to date and there is a lot to take in, so don’t be afraid to make use of the fast travel system and jump back and forth among the planets.

Curious to know exactly what planets you’ll be visiting? We’ve outlined them all below in a list, but again, SPOILERS and all that.

  • Pandora
  • Promethea
  • Athenas
  • Eden-6

Visiting each of the four planets listed above will take you quite a bit of time as you play through Borderlands 3. Make sure to take time to complete the side quests on each planet, though, as that’s where the real bread and butter of the dialogue and interactions with other characters can be found. There’s always something out there waiting to surprise you in the Borderlands universe, and you don’t want to miss out.

Now that you know how many planets you can visit, make sure you head back over to our Borderlands 3 guide and walkthrough to find an assortment of other helpful guides waiting for you.

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