Borderlands 3 Gets Teased For A Reveal At PAX East

Borderlands 3 Gets Teased For A Reveal At PAX East

Well, if it isn’t about damn time. After years of fans demanding information about Borderlands 3, developer Gearbox looks to be about ready to lift the veil. In a recent teaser posted to Twitter, it appears the first details for Borderlands 3 will be shown during PAX East.

The tease came as a Tweet from the Gearbox Twitter account. It shows a road sign with “MARCH 28” and “Boston MA” across the front. The sign and surrounding desert landscape are all done in the familiar cel-shaded, comic book style used by the series. Of course, it’s also in a desert. Gearbox loves its desert motif in Borderlands. We should also note the part that reads “EXIT 3,” which is about as subtle as Mr. Torgue in a monastery.

YOU’RE IN THE TORGUE ZONE, BABY

The date itself lines up with PAX East, which begins March 28 in Boston. According to the PAX schedule, Gearbox will have a Main Theater Show on Thursday from 2 PM to 3 PM EST. The description promises the team “will have never-before-seen reveals, exclusives, and surprises.” We’re guessing we know what kind of surprise is in store (hint: scroll up).

It’s been quite some time since we scoured the arid landscape of Pandora. The excellent Borderlands 2 launched way back in 2012, the year some people thought was the end of the world. Well, it wasn’t. And it’s a good thing, because Borderlands 3 looks to finally be on the way. Since then, gamers have only been able to scratch their loot-hoarding itch with Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands, which was good. But it didn’t have much loot, or really any hoarding to speak of.

While the wait has been a long one, at least we now have an idea when we can get a glimpse of the third game. We’ll have more when Gearbox takes the stage on March 28.

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