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Gearbox co-founder seemingly hints about Borderlands 4


The co-founder of Gearbox Software has teased what appears to be an update on Borderlands 4.

In an interview with IGN, Randy Pitchford was asked what his personal favourite game in the Borderland series was.

Rather than naming an existing game, Pitchford instead started talking about a project that was in development, without specifically saying it was a Borderlands title.

“Look, we haven’t even announced anything of it,” he replied. “Clearly, we’re working on something.

“And I know what we’re working on, and holy shit… it’s the greatest thing we’ve ever done. And I can’t wait, but it’s not time yet. It’s not time yet. There will be a time.”

A fan theory on Reddit believes Borderlands 4 may be announced on March 19, given that the official Borderlands account on X has started posting what appears to be weekly recaps of the previous games in the series.

The theory believes that the announcement will tie in with the PAX East expo, which is where Borderlands 3 was also announced.

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In November, references to Borderlands 4 and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands 2 were spotted on the LinkedIn profile of a former Gearbox employee.

Earlier this week, the first photos showing off the upcoming Borderlands film were released.

The feature film, which is written and directed by Eli Roth, is based on the video game series developed by Gearbox and published by Take-Two.

Scheduled to hit cinemas on August 9, 2024, it stars Cate Blanchett as Lilith, Kevin Hart as Roland, Jamie Lee Curtis as Tannis, and Jack Black as Claptrap.