Fans of the cooperatively driven, loot-and-shoot madness of vault hunting are patiently waiting for the inevitable Borderlands 3. Luckily, it looks as if Gearbox will be making such adventures happen in due time.
If you’ve been crying your sad little eyes out over not being able to enjoy Borderlands on a next-gen console, shut off the waterworks and grab a gun, or two, or two bazillion, because Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is gonna punch you in the face with bullets this March.
If you’ve been holding out for the slim redesign of Sony’s Vita, or are looking to upgrade, you won’t have to wait much longer.
Last month when Gearbox announced that they wouldn’t be working on a Borderlands pre-sequel they omitted that another studio would be (you sneaky sneaky Gearbox).
Earlier this week Microsoft announced a new spring Xbox 360 bundle. Your first thought might be “The Xbox One is out now, why would anyone care?” But with the lack of backwards compatibility on Microsoft’s newest console, it’s nice to see that they plan to keep the XBox 360 around for a while.
In a panel hosted by Nerdist, Telltale Games’ Kevin Bruner, Harrison Pink, and Job Stauffer took the stage to talk about life at Telltale as well as past and upcoming projects.
Gearbox has announced that the fifth Headhunter DLC for the record breaking Borderlands 2, Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax, will be available April 15th for $2.99. This marks the last of the Headhunters DLC as well as the final DLC for the game.