It appears as if Gearbox can be saying multiple main launch at PAX East later this month. Thanks to a tease from earlier this week, it’s virtually sure that the occasion will finally lift the lid on Borderlands 3, however that’s first submit has now been adopted up by one other.
That second submit, which you’ll be able to try for your self additional down this text, options the caption “time to tease another game for PAX,” accompanied by a picture presumably associated to the game in query. Seen by way of a doorway, that picture reveals off one thing that appears just a little like an working theatre, however as an alternative of an individual, there’s a deconstructed robotic chassis and an terrible lot of protruding wires.
Beyond that, there are not any hints as to what this game is perhaps, though Gearbox is clearly leaning into that robotic focus. To me, that means that it is a new IP, and probably one which’s not been developed in-house at Gearbox, however one they’ll be publishing as an alternative.
Gearbox’s less-than-cryptic tease made it clear as day that we’ll lastly get a take a look at the long-awaited fourth instalment within the Borderlands sequence (that’s after 1, 2, and the pre-sequel).
Time to tease one other game for PAX! pic.twitter.com/N6OQIUZnAc
— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 13, 2019
Between Randy Pitchford’s tweets, various job postings, and mentions of a “highly anticipated title” in the works, Gearbox has been dropping hints concerning the game for at the very least 18 months. There’s each probability that we’re simply setting ourselves up for an additional fall right here, in fact, however this time round I feel that’s fairly unlikely.
Related: Here’s our information on the Borderlands 3 release date
The game can be proven off at PAX East, however if you happen to can’t make it to Boston for the tip of the month, you’ll have the ability to try the (now a number of) reveals by way of a particular livestream of Gearbox’s panel on the occasion.