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Gearbox @ Pax East - Borderlands 3

Gearbox @ Pax East - Borderlands 3

In addition to announcing the upcoming launch of Borderlands 3, Gearbox Software has revealed plans to launch a remastered version of the original Borderlands game. Borderlands 3 is in development.

Gearbox, who is also known for the action games Bulletstorm and Battleborn, released the trailer that shows an action-packed return to the world of Pandora that will also see players explore previously unknown areas of the planet and come across new and unsafe villains and creatures, more dark humor and the promise of a billion guns being featured in the game, some of which can even walk. Unfortunately, the premiere of the trailer was mired by technical issues, having partly to do with the media set up making use of Windows Media Player. Fortunately, that didn't prevent the crowd at the panel to cheer out loud towards the most hype moments in the trailer.

All Borderlands 2 DLC will be added to Borderlands 2 VR for PlayStation VR for free this summer. The trailer introduces a bunch of new characters, including the new main villains. Maya, Borderlands 2's resident Siren, also makes an appearance alongside an unknown blue-haired child that I'm hoping is at least as kooky as Tiny Tina.

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The "Borderlands" games kicked off in 2009, delivering a seemingly unending supply of unusual guns to the colorful space western backdrop of Pandora.

Watch the trailer for Borderlands 3 above.

Aside from today's reveal trailer, 2K has teased more information on Borderlands 3 should be coming on April 3, and we'll be sure to keep you updated should they reveal any pricing, different editions, platforms, release date or other details.