Borderlands 3 Vault Cards
Borderlands 3 the Director’s Cut will come with 3 Vault Cards. These cards will provide you with different challenges. By completing these you will earn XP that also goes towards your Vault Card. By doing so you will be able to unlock unique cosmetics and exclusive gear.
There will be over 100 different challenges for you to complete. Daily challenges are easy to complete while weekly challenges are challenging to complete. Here are a few examples of challenges:
- Kill a specific named enemy
- Kill 30 enemies with a vehicle
- Complete Slaughter Star 3000
- Kill 300 enemies with a specific elemental damage type
- Kill 5 Raid Bosses
Completing Daily challenges will rewards with 50 Eridium each. Completing the Weekly challenge will reward you with 1100 Eridium. When you complete all the challenges in a week will add up to 2250 Eridium.
You will find these Vault Cards in your menu as they will get a dedicated tab. You can only have 1 Vault Card active at a time. There is no time limit on these Vault Cards so you don’t have to worry about missing out.
The Daily Challenges will reset at 9:00 AM PT every day and the Weekly Challenges will reset at 9:00 AM PT every Thursday
Vault Card Rewards
When you activated one of the Vault Cards and earned yourself some XP, there will be some rewards waiting for you will be rewarded waiting for you.
- Gear from the weekly loot pool (1.49%)
- A cosmetic item from that Vault Card (35.76%)
- Eridium (14.90%)
- 1 Vault Card Key (29.81%)
- 3 Vault Card Keys (14.90%)
- Diamond Key (4.62%)
Because cosmetic items can only be collected once, Vault Cards have built-in duplicate protection—if you would’ve gotten a cosmetic item you already have, you’ll get a Vault Card Key instead.
Vault Card Keys
Vault Card Keys let you unlock the Legendary gear and cosmetics from the associated Vault Card. The gear scales to your character’s current level, and you can preview the complete collection of loot via your ECHO Device. You can unlock these items in any order you want, so you can get the item that you prefer.
Fallen Heroes Vault Card
The first Vault Card is themed around the fallen heroes in Borderlands and will be available at the release of the Director’s Cut. The other two vault cards will become available later on in the year. Each Vault Card features a total of 28 unique rewards, including 24 themed cosmetics and four new pieces of Legendary gear.
- 4 Legendary Gear
- 3 Weapon Skins
- Siren Tattoo Glow
- Catch-a-Ride Themed
- Eridian Markings
- 3 Room Decorations
- Bloodwing Statue
- Maya’s Book
- Photo of Roland and Tiny Tina
- 4 New Trinkets
- Roland’s Turret
- Scooter’s Cap
- Typhon Deleon’s beacon
- Maya’s Siren Wings
- 4 New Skins
- Skin #1
- Skin #2
- Skin #3
- Skin #4
- 4 New Heads
- FL4K gets Scooter’s cap
- Moze gets Typhon Deleon’s googles
- Zane gets Roland’s baret
- Amara gets Maya’s hood
- 4 Echo Skins
- Scooter Themed
- Crimson Raider Themed
- Siren Tattoo Themed
- Eridian Markings
You may be familiar with Golden Keys that open up the Golden Chest near Marcus Munitions on Sanctuary 3. However, Diamond Keys takes this premise to the next level because with these you can open up a room filled with loot. Go to the bridge on Sanctuary 3, at the nose of the ship you will find stairs that will take you to the lower level of the bridge. There you will find the Diamond Armory. Here you can use your Diamond Key to open up a special loot room.
Once inside you will find the walls filled with gear. However, you can only pick up 1 Shield, 1 Grenade, and 1 Weapon. Be quick about it because a timer ticks down and once it runs out, you will get a random item from that wall. If you have chosen your 3 items, the Diamond Loot chest in the center of the room will power up and will give you 1 random Legendary weapon.
Vault Card FAQ
At this time, Vault Cards can only be accessed by owning the Director’s Cut add-on, and can’t be purchased individually or separately.
No, but each Vault Card will present three Daily Challenges, so when all three Vault Cards are available, you can complete up to nine Daily Challenges each day! Similarly, each Vault Card has its own Weekly Challenge, so you can complete a maximum of three each week. Note that you can only progress Challenges on the Vault Card you have active, so make sure you’ve activated the right one.
Currently there are no plans to allow on-demand rerolling of Daily or Weekly Challenges, regardless of whether or not they’ve been completed. New Challenges will populate in your Vault Cards every day at 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM UTC for Daily Challenges, and Thursdays at 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM UTC for Weekly Challenges.
All you completionists should strive to collect all the items on each Vault Card, but Vault Cards will never technically be “completed” because they have no level cap, and will therefore always keep offering rewards. You can keep earning Vault Card levels even after you’ve scored all of that Card’s gear to earn Diamond Keys, Eridium, and higher-level versions of the Card’s gear.
Nope—the rewards for Vault Cards are account-based, so you can redeem their rewards on any character. Vault Hunter Skins and Weapon Skins for each Vault Card will unlock on all of your characters. If you happen to get gear that would be perfect for a different character, you can transfer it with your bank aboard Sanctuary III just like any other drop!
I haven’t been able to play with this yet but this sounds awesome! The concept of Vault Cards is something that you would find in a ‘Games as Service’ type game. Gearbox Software has been supporting Borderlands 3 like a Service Game while actually being an Offline Game.
This first Vault Card is just pure fan-service. The theme is great and I love everything about it! Now I’m curious what those new legendary weapons will do.
If you don’t know what to do during the endgame of Borderlands or are looking for specific challenges to complete these Vault Cards provide you with a goal.
Now I’m curious what the theme is for the other 2 Vault Cards.