Recently, Gearbox supervisor Randy Pitchford prodded a “major” new Borderlands game that sounds like it’s Borderlands 4, the following mainline portion in the goofy and dystopian marauder shooter arrangement. Quick forward half a month, and now Pitchford is indeed prodding the following Borderlands game being worked for the PS5 and Xbox Series X. Pitchford doesn’t specify the name Borderlands 4, yet it’s muddled what else it very well may be other than a side project, however that doesn’t actually possess all the necessary qualities of the past to bother.
On the off chance that you’re not one of Pitchford’s 720,000 devotees, what you missed is that he tweeted about the new Unreal Engine 5 demo that dropped for this present week. To this end, he says “you can see plainly that this motor was worked for another sort of cutting edge Borderlands game.” What this implies precisely, isn’t actually clear.
All things considered, and as noted, in view of the underlying bother, you’d expect this is another bother for Borderlands 4. Nonetheless, the particular utilization of “another sort of cutting edge Borderlands” game recommends the game will be potentially test, which thusly proposes a side project.
Right now of distributing, it’s not satisfactory what Borderlands game Pitchford is actually prodding, however, it’s protected to accept another section is in progress for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. All things considered, at this moment, that is all we know, other than that perhaps it will utilize Unreal Engine 5, which wouldn’t be extremely amazing considering Borderlands 3 utilizes Unreal Engine 4.
“I’m recounted bits of hearsay that Gearbox is “helping” or “co-creating” another Borderlands game (or another side project game),” Pitchford says. “These bits of gossip are NOT precise. Gearbox is lead dev of any future games in the Borderlands establishment (or any Borderlands adjoining games) with no co-improvement.”
Pitchford’s assertion can without much of a stretch meet all requirements for an affirmation that they are in fact chipping away at another BL game. In any case, if that wasn’t adequately clear, he circled back to another tweet.
“More: We are certainly chipping away at some stunning stuff that, I trust, will amaze and enchant you. Fitting: in the event that anybody out there has Skills-To-Pay-Bulls and needs to get in on certain Borderlands activity, we’re chipping away at the huge one.”
A connect to Gearbox’s Careers page on their site follows the tweet’s content, recommending that Gearbox as of now searches for recently added team members. One could without much of a stretch expect that they are surely chipping away at the following Borderlands. Be that as it may, until a definitive declaration’s made, we should pause our breathing.
A week ago, spilled court records uncovered that Epic Games paid Gearbox $115 million for Borderlands 3. The installment got the game for the Epic Games Store for a year on PC, after which it dispatched on Steam. We don’t have any news and official affirmation yet for the following BL game, however, a comparable arrangement may return again later on.