March 15, 2019 Another day, one other Gearbox teaser.
After teasing Borderlands 3, a contemporary game with robots, and something related to Borderlands 2, Gearbox has formally gone off the teaser deep finish. The newest trace is an ampersand, drawn in deep crimson in opposition to a black background. What’s it imply? Is it one thing new? Is it a intelligent method of referencing the ‘Borderl&s’ sequence? I assume we’ll discover out at PAX East.
The tweet comes alongside the straightforward message “time to tease another game for PAX.” That identical message has accompanied each teaser because the first one – the one which appears to be Borderlands 3 – and it’s at this level I’m beginning to marvel if we’re all simply taking part in into a giant previous troll session.
The earlier authentic teaser, which you’ll be able to take a look at 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 via a doorway, that picture exhibits off one thing that appears a little bit 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 aren’t any hints as to what this game is likely to be, though Gearbox is clearly leaning into that robotic focus. To me, that implies 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.
Time to tease one other game for PAX! pic.twitter.com/N6OQIUZnAc
— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 13, 2019
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).
Between Randy Pitchford’s tweets, various job postings, and mentions of a “highly anticipated title” in the works, Gearbox has been dropping hints in regards to the game for at the very least 18 months. There’s each probability that we’re simply setting ourselves up for one more fall right here, after all, however this time round I believe that’s fairly unlikely.
Related: Here’s our data on the Borderlands 3 release date
The game will probably be proven off at PAX East, however when you can’t make it to Boston for the tip of the month, you’ll be capable to take a look at the (now a number of) reveals by way of a particular livestream of Gearbox’s panel on the occasion.