Despite the phenomenal successes of Borderlands and Borderlands 2 , developer Gearbox isn't currently working on a sequel to the endless-weapons action title, CEO and president Randy Pitchford told Polygon.
"Borderlands 3," the eagerly-anticipated sequel expected to give fans yet another action-packed first-person shooter they can sink their teeth into, is still nowhere to be seen, though a bit of an update with regards to it was shared recently by Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford.
An interesting Twitter conversation between CEO of Gearbox, Randy Pitchford and potential future Nintendo Switch buyer has lead us to believe that there is no current plan to bring Borderlands 3 to the Nintendo Switch.Wiki info
The three main games in Borderlands are first-person shooters, set in an open world, with some role-playing game elements. Players select one of the available characters, representing Vault Hunters that have traveled to the planet Pandora to try to seek its fabled Vault. Each Vault Hunter has a different skill tree and one or more unique abilities. Players then work on completing quests and exploring Pandora while dealing with the violent Pandora wildlife, crazed scavengers that have been stranded on the planet, and various military groups that attempt to stop them. Completing quests and defeating foes earns in-game money and experience, which is used for expanding the player's skill tree. If the player loses their health or falls into bottomless chasms, they respawn at the most recent checkpoint and lose some of their money. The games are divided into several maps, and once players have reached a waypoint station on the map, they can teleport to any other previously visited map. Otherwise, players must reach certain points on the edges of the map to move into a different area. Some maps allow the player to spawn an armed vehicle to help traverse large maps or to deal with more powerful enemies.
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