Last month, in an animated interview with The Totally Rad Show, Borderlands’ lead writer Antony Burch made the mistake of saying that he already has ideas in mind for Borderlands 3. Predictably, this molehill has become Mount Everest since then, and a proportion of fans are convinced that a third instalment of the superlative FPSRPG series is in the works.
Borrowing the words of Gearbox President, CEO and co-founder Randy Pitchford, “chill out internet”, because it’s not true.
Eight hours ago (at time of writing), under his Twitter alias @DuvalMagic, Pitchford made it very clear that, while “it’s fun to talk and think”, all current development efforts are going into supporting Borderlands 2 and the Aliens franchise:
There you have it – no ifs, no buts. Now, if you’ll excuse us, we have ourselves a Donkey Mong to slay…
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