Borderlands 3 Finally, Officially Announced
Update: 2: Randy Pitchford and Paul Sage confirmed at the end of Gearbox’s PAX East 2019 finally, officially announced Borderlands 3 is in development alongside a new trailer for the game highlighting the sequel’s gameplay.
Gearbox and 2K confirmed the highly anticipated Borderlands sequel is in development, though no release date, platforms, or price was confirmed for Borderlands 3.
Aside from today’s reveal trailer, 2K has teased more information on Borderlands 3 should be coming on April 3, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated should they reveal any pricing, different editions, platforms, or other details.
Stay tuned as we get more updates.
Update: While we await more details about this next Borderlands game, Randy Pitchford demoed Tiny Tina’s Robot Tea Party card game, the first board game to use the Borderlands license.
As Pitchford said more information would come toward the end of the panel, stay tuned as we await any more Borderlands information.
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After years of waiting, and an increasing number of teases leading up to Gearbox Software’s PAX East 2019 keynote, a new Borderlands has been teased, and we’re expecting to hear more soon.
“Battle royale games are fun. That’s not what we’re making,” Randy Pitchford said alongside Paul Sage, the creative director of this new Borderlands game.
Pitchford highlighted the Mask of Mayhem trailer posted yesterday. Tiny Tina from Borderlands 2, Vaughn from Tales from the Borderlands, Aurelia from The Pre-Sequel, as well as the Cultist villains were among what Pitchford teased, as well as Handsome Jack’s mask. But Handsome Jack is dead, Pitchford confirmed, seeming to imply he won’t be coming back despite the Easter egg.
The teaser trailer also included Amara, a new Vault Hunter, according to Pitchford.
Pitchford would not say the title of the game, but did tease the end of Gearbox’s keynote will include more information about this title, so stay tuned as we learn more.
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