Borderlands 3: everything we know so far
Gearbox head Randy Pitchford has just lately posted some Tweets which recommend that Borderlands 3 received’t be making any look at E3 this 12 months. 

The important thing tweet was couched in a string of tweets round magic and phantasm:

The tweets come not lengthy after Walmart Canada seemingly leaked a handful of unannounced video games earlier this month, with one of many listed titles being Borderlands 3. Whereas a number of the unannounced video games appeared utterly of the wall – Forza Horizon 5? – others, like Rage 2, have turned out to be correct. 

As if by magic

With these tweets plainly Pitchford is being fairly clear about whether or not or not Borderlands Three will seem at E3. However we won’t assist however surprise in regards to the considerably convoluted nature of the denial.

Whereas we realise we’re completely doing what Pitchford says we’ll in his tweets, we are able to’t assist however surprise if that is some form of misdirection or, maybe, a touch that what we’ll see subsequent from the Borderlands universe received’t be known as Borderlands 3. 

Or Borderlands genuinely received’t seem on the present and Pitchford is making ready many for the actual fact. The truth that a Gearbox consultant introduced that the sport wouldn’t be on the present (by way of Shacknews) definitely makes this seem like the case.

Even when Borderlands Three doesn’t seem at E3, this doesn’t imply it doesn’t exist. Even if it nonetheless hasn’t been confirmed, the assumption {that a} Borderlands Three is within the works has been held by followers ever since Pitchford himself hinted at it throughout PAX West, stating that 90% of Gearbox was  “engaged on the factor I feel most of you guys need us to be engaged on.” 

Pitchford rounded his thread of tweets off by saying thanks to followers and promising that Gearbox is “working tougher than we’ve got ever labored as a way to create new and thrilling issues.” 

After we’ll see them is the query now on everybody’s minds. 

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