With the release of Director’s Cut, Gearbox has added quite a few things to BL3. These include a challenging raid boss, new missions to complete, and a bunch of different challenges called Vault Cards. In this guide, we’ve detailed everything there’s to know about Vault Cards in Borderlands 3, their use, and rewards.
Borderlands 3 Vault Cards
Vault Cards are different challenges that players can complete to earn a variety of rewards. These challenges rotate both daily and weekly – 3 daily and 1 weekly. These can be anything from defeating enemies to completing missions. In order to view available Vault Cards in BL3, open up the Echo Menu and check the last tab on the right.
By completing these challenges, players accumulate Vault Card XP – it’s available directly below the XP bar in the UI. Filling the Vault Card XP bar rewards players with a chest that contains Season Pass Keys, Eridium, and Diamond Keys. These are used for:
- Season Pass Keys – Used to unlock loot in the Season Pass
- Diamond Keys – Required to unlocks the Diamond Chest on Sanctuary III
- Eridium – Used to buy cosmetics, Anointed Weapons, among other in-game uses
There isn’t any limit on how many chests players can unlock. And since there are a lot of desirable items on the Season Pass, it’s a good idea to knock a good amount of Vault Card challenges to have a decent number of Season Pass Keys and Diamond Keys in the game. Just remember that these Vault Cards are rotated out daily and weekly, therefore, try to complete them before the next ones come out in order to make the most out of them.
That’s all we’ve got in our Borderlands 3 Vault Cards guide. Feel free to check out our detailed Borderlands 3 wiki guides for more help on the game.