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Borderlands 3 Devil’s Razor Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Devil's Razor Crew Challenges Guide
Following a brief Blackbarrel Cellars is Devil’s Razor. This Borderlands 3 Devil’s Razor Crew Challenges Guide goes over the locations and how to find all of the different Crew Challenges in the Devil’s Razor region on Pandora.

Devil’s Razor is a return to size in Borderlands 3 as you’re greeted with another huge area to explore and a staggering, nine Crew Challenges to complete. We’ll be taking down Crimson Radios, running away with Hijack Targets and of course, finding that awesome Typhon Dead Drop.

Borderlands 3 Devil’s Razor Crew Challenges Guide

Devils Razor Crimson Radio
Devils Razor Hijack Target
Devils Razor Typhon Logs

That’s all of the different challenges on Devil’s Razor. Be sure to check out our Borderlands 3 Challenge Guide for a list of all challenges across all regions.

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