Gearbox has announced the release of an all-new Borderlands game in 2022 for Gearbox and 2K, promising new adventure, new characters, and “new tales.”
This new game was announced during the Pax East 2022 panel at Gearbox by CEO Randy Pitchford, and it will be fully revealed in the summer, but in the meantime, the first teaser image has been shared.
New adventure, new characters and new tales.
All-new Borderlands Tales is coming in 2022 from Gearbox and 2K.#GearboxAtPAX # the border pic.twitter.com/mhBicROKqX
– GearboxOfficial (@GearboxOfficial) April 21, 2022
Released in 2014 by Telltale Games, Tales from the Borderlands tells a story between the events of Borderlands 2 and Borderlands 3 and follows two unreliable narrators – Rhys and Fiona – as they search for a vault and encounter fan-favorite Borderlands characters like Claptrap.
In our review of the first out of five episodes of Tales from Borderlands, we said, “With only a brief introduction to Reese and Fiona, they’ve already become a pair of my favorite Telltale characters, and Zer0 Sum’s gorgeous final scene has been eagerly awaiting my journey back to Pandora.”
Telltale Games are no longer what they were back then, Instead, Gearbox Software develops the game entirely in-house. 2K Games will take over the publishing process.
These new Borderlands tales will follow Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands as the next Gearbox game. In our Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands review, we said it’s a fantasy-themed Borderlands that’s fun, action-packed, and ridiculous, even if it’s played a bit safe.”
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