Gearbox Software has lifted the mask on the long-awaited Borderland successor.
By Jonathon Dornbush
Update: 2: Randy Pitchford and Clint Sage confirmed at the end of the Gearbox's PAX East 2019 finally, officially announced, Borderlands 3 is under development with a new trailer for the game that highlights the sequel's gameplay While awaiting more details on this next Borderland 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 will come to the end of the panel, quit as we await more Borderlands information.
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After years of waiting and an increasing number of teaser, which led to Gearbox Software PAX East 201
"Battle royal games are fun. That's not what we do," said Randy Pitchford with Paul Sage, the creative director of this new Borderlands game.
Pitchford highlighted the mask of Mayhem trailer that was posted yesterday. Little Tina from Borderlands 2, Vaughn from Tales from Borderlands, Aurelia from 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 he would not return in spite of Easter Easter.
The Teaser trailer also included Amara, a new Vault Hunter, according to Pitchford.
Pitchford wouldn't say the title of the game, but bothering the end of the gearbox's keynote will contain more information about this title, so stay up to date as we learn more.