After many teaser, Gearbox Software apparently announced a new Borderlands game coming to PAX East and released a short teaser trailer for it. While the video, as you can see above, is not okay, it is for Borderlands 3 specifically, it certainly seems to be a brand new entry in the loot-based shooter series. Teaser called "Mask of Mayhem" takes the viewer through a kind of diorama, where characters and familiar-looking enemies are set in a way that creates intrigue about what the game may be about. It also teases some of the high jinks players will come in.
It opens with a shot of Psycho's prostrating before a very large gun-handling character, which itself is flanked by a statue of an angel figure holding an upward-facing version of Borderlands iconic vault symbol. As the camera moves seamlessly through and around other scenarios, we come to see a dragon, a character shooting from a buggy, a bunch of characters giving each other jumping high fives, a robotic ninja, and lots of underpants overtaken hairstyles. [1
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Previously, the gearbox has confirmed that a new Borderlands is in development, but added that it should not necessarily be called Borderlands 3. "It will of course be another Borderlands," said CEO Randy Pitchford in 2016. "We don't even know If we have to call it that. "Since then, the gearbox has been very open about a new Borderlands existing. On Twitter Pitchford shared this new teaser with the message" It happens. "
For the past few weeks, Gearbox been tweeting teases for a new Borderlands message, one of which was a picture photo of a character staring at a structure in the distance. Before that, there was a picture of some kind of robotic cabinet on a console. reveals, exclusive and surprises "on the panel, so we get more information on what the developer is cooking soon. But it was pretty clear to poke a game with a" 3 "in the title. In addition, it suggested that it would have more than a game of ads e.
With regard to a release date, Take Two has been right on an "expected new title from one of 2K's largest franchises", while investors demand a lot of time. The game is widely assumed to be the next Borderland game; If so, we can expect it to be launched by the end of March 2020.