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Gearbox officially announces 'Borderlands 3'

You can expect more details next week.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
03.28.19 in AV
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After several teasers over the last few weeks, Gearbox Software officially revealed Borderlands 3 at Pax East. The first trailer reveals the long-awaited sequel will include over a billion guns (including some with legs), plenty of familiar faces (such as a saxophone-playing Brick and Tiny Tina) and some new characters. It also showcases a number of locations, including a swamp, desert and city full of highrise buildings, as well as plenty of enemies for you to take down.

Gearbox didn't reveal a release date or which platforms Borderlands 3 will be available on. However, it promised to reveal more details about the latest entry in its RPG/shooter series on April 3rd.

Meanwhile, the Borderlands: The Handsome Collection bundle is getting a 4K update on April 3rd, and a Borderlands: Game of the Year edition arrives the same day on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. If that's not enough of a Borderlands fix for you, Gearbox also revealed a $20 card game called Borderlands: Tiny Tina's Robot Tea Party, while there's a free DLC update on the way for Borderlands 2 VR this summer.

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