Borderlands 3 and Three Other New Projects Teased by Gearbox Software
Gearbox Software has been rather quiet recently – We Happy Few is the only major thing they’ve published in recent years and 2016’s Battleborn was the last in-house-developed game they released. Well, the company is getting ready to break their silence in a big way. Gearbox will be holding a panel at PAX East 2019, which they’ve described thusly…
This is your opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at Gearbox Software and Gearbox Publishing, along with the latest news and updates from the makers of Borderlands, Battleborn, Brothers in Arms, and more! We will have never-before-seen reveals, exclusives, and surprises, so don’t miss out!
With PAX East rapidly approaching, the official Gearbox Twitter account has been sending out teasers for a variety of games (four in total so far). Let’s take a look at them, shall we?
— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 12, 2019
Time to tease another game for PAX! pic.twitter.com/N6OQIUZnAc
— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 13, 2019
This one’s a little more mysterious. Some have speculated it might be a We Happy Few sequel or expansion, as it definitely has a bit of a dystopian vibe.
Time to tease another game for PAX! pic.twitter.com/nYXncBmlI9
— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 14, 2019
Well, this one is clearly something Borderlands again. Perhaps a collection of the first three games for Nintendo Switch?
Time to tease another game for PAX! pic.twitter.com/vTHqRgYNeq
— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 15, 2019
And finally, we have this. Not a lot to go on here! Could this be a tease for Gearbox’s new “family friendly” tentpole franchise they hinted at late last year? Hard to say. Gearbox publishes a lot of stuff they don’t develop, so the possibilities are basically endless.
The Gearbox PAX East panel happens on March 28 at 2PM ET. What are you hoping to see revealed?
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