Watch: First Look on Borderlands 3 Tech Shown at GDC

Borderlands 3 Tech

Borderlands 3  tech visuals have become a reality, while the game details continue to not exist just yet.

Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford showed off some the Unreal Engine 4 power being put into the next Borderlands game via a tech demo at GDC today.

While the demo was strictly made to show off the visual and processing power of the Unreal Engine, it still shows some worthy insight into what players can expect once Borderlands comes to fruition.

Pitchford has made clear that this demo was “not a video game” but just a demonstration of the technological power.

At the end of the presentation, the audience was reminded that Borderlands 3 does exist, in the prior years asking for player feedback on what they think the game should be about. In his words, “we’re working on it, we’ll get to you soon”.

What do you guys think of the Unreal Engine visuals in the world of Borderlands? Let us know in the comments below.

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