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Borderlands The Pre-sequel announced for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC


2K and Gearbox Software announced today Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, an all-new standalone Borderlands game set in-between Borderlands and Borderlands 2.



The game is currently in co-development by Gearbox Software and 2K Australia and will be available worldwide in autumn 2014 on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Windows PC.

“Borderlands is one of 2K’s premiere franchises, and Borderlands 2 is the highest-selling title in the history of our company,” said Christoph Hartmann, President of 2K. “Fans are clamouring for an all-new, triple-A Borderlands experience, and we will deliver just that with Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.”

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel launches players to Pandora’s moon to experience wild, gravity-bending gunfights in zero-atmosphere environments using an array of all-new weaponry. For the very first time, fans play on the other side as four new playable characters contributing to the rise of the Hyperion Corporation. Fighting alongside Handsome Jack, players witness his transformation into the megalomaniacal tyrant that fans loved to hate in Borderlands 2.



“Since Gearbox Software first created the Borderlands franchise, we never dreamed of this much love and support from gamers,” added Randy Pitchford, president of Gearbox Software. “We are grateful that the incredible talent at 2K Australia has been able to jump in with Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel to help it live up to the high standards that Borderlands fans have come to expect.”

“Gearbox has entrusted 2K Australia with the co-development of their award-winning franchise and we are committed to delivering an all-new shoot ‘n’ loot experience that fans will love,” concluded Tony Lawrence, general manager of 2K Australia. “Fans will see for themselves at PAX East that there’s nothing quite like moon jumping in a low-gravity gunfight, completely freezing a moon bandit with one of the new Cryo weapons, and then shattering him into little pieces that float off into space. It’s pretty epic.”

What do you think?

Edited On 09 Apr, 2014

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Zombieflamingo's avatar
Zombieflamingo 3 years ago
Cant argue with more Borderlands shame there is not a PS4 and xbox 1 version but I can live with that.
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Loli-Nox-Tan 3 years ago
Get the PC version ...... it's the same thing
Zombieflamingo's avatar
Zombieflamingo 3 years ago
Thats true but my friends will get the 360 version.
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Loli-Nox-Tan 3 years ago
Who needs friends?
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Hymeleon 3 years ago
After first game (and I'm doing it a favor by callin it "game" since ending was totally fucked up) I really hoped for a sequel that'll let players to see the Universe and other planets. There were hints for that in Borderlands. But devs decided to cash-in on Pandora. Making prequel is logical continuation of that spoiled policy. Pretty sure that "low gravity, no atmosphere" part just a single level. No atmosphere with normal sounds - hate that bullshit...

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