Borderlands is an open world, activity pretending first-individual shooter computer game that was produced by Gearbox Software for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Shield Android TV. It is the principal diversion in the Borderlands arrangement. The diversion was discharged worldwide in October 2009, with the Mac OS X rendition of being discharged on December 3, 2010, by Feral Interactive. A spin-off, Borderlands 2, was discharged worldwide in September 2012. It was likewise later discharged for Xbox One through its Backwards Compatibility program in November 2015. At the point when in battle, the player can take harm if their shield is exhausted, influencing their wellbeing. In the event that they lose all their wellbeing, they should either hold up to be resuscitated by another player or endeavor to kill a foe to accomplish a "moment wind", or generally will be recovered back at the last "New-U" station that they passed, losing a 'proportion fitting' rate of their cash simultaneously. Players rapidly access two-traveler vehicles and can take part in the vehicular battle with different adversaries. In the long run, an arrangement of quick travel focuses between the diversion world is accessible to the player; until at that point, players must walk or drive between ranges to get around.