I really hope the people are making bl3 it would be a shame but Atlest give us a bit of a teaser like images to build up hype I grew up with this game and I love it it would be a shame to see a game to end but there taking alot of time for this one and I hope soon the wait will be worth it
Has any one done this
Bring a sniper into nine toes(he also has three balls)place and just do to him what you do to shooty mc face or what ever it kills him instantly it’s kind of funny how me and my friend killed him but the pets are the hard part because they don’t die too easy.
Bl2 need trading looking for a 50 conference call
Plz I have been farming can't get it so I want to trade
SINGLE PLAYER VR 😡😤🤬
So who else agrees with me that they are a little angry about not being able to play with your friends in VR. I understand that you have to take away some things to do this but taking away the ability to play with your friends kind of angers me a bit.
A possible hint for Borderlands 3?
This is Randy Pitchford, the CEO of Gearbox's recent tweet, and I'm seeing a lot of 3s in it. Would this be a hint that tells us Borderlands 3 is about to happen soon?
They should really make it where, when you kill jack on ultimate vaulthunter mode, you can pick up his wrist gun. And it should be OP af😂
Streaming borderlands RN
im streaming borderlands 2 on twitch if u wanna watch go to twitch.tv/yoel7501 thanks
Should I buy these games
I like the art style, and I like the destiny like mechanics, but are they worth the price right now on steam/ Xbox store? Do you have any other suggestions if not these?
I just wanted to put this up before Borderlands VR comes out. Borderlands VR is going to be released one day before my birthday so I will be doing a special Borderlands VR broadcast all my YouTube channel after it comes out so click the link below and make sure you don't miss a single Borderlands VR episode of the soon-to-be series 😝
Borderlands 2 VR Announced
Gearbox Official released a trailer on their YouTube channel this morning announcing Borderlands 2 Virtual Reality. Borderlands 2 is a highly popular open world role-playing first person shooter. Borderlands 2 VR will give fans of the series a new way to experience the world of Pandora. The trailer does not show how the gameplay may be different than the original Borderlands 2. Experience Borderlands 2 VR for yourself starting on December 14th.
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PS4 Pls game share wit me(IM DESPERATE)
I really need a new game sick an tired of fortnite pls i will not scam u on my life i dont even have psn
E3 2018: Borderlands 3 -- What We Know And Want
A new Borderlands game has been expected for some time now. The series is among 2K's most successful franchises, and Borderlands 3 has been teased time and again. We know 2K has a new (but as-of-yet unannounced) game for one of its big franchises in the works, although it was recently delayed--rather than releasing by the end of March 2019, it's not due until sometime between April 2019 and March 2020. That suddenly makes it less likely that E3 2018 is where we get a look at Borderlands 3--or whatever the game ends up being called. Nevertheless, here's what we know about the potential project, as well as what we'd hope to see from an E3 reveal.
What We Know So Far
Borderlands 3 has not yet been announced, but series creator Gearbox has not been shy about suggesting it's in the works. Gearbox's last entry was 2012's Borderlands 2; that was followed by 2K Australia's Pre-Sequel and Telltale's Tales From Borderlands. Back in 2015, Gearbox began openly recruiting for a new Borderlands, with studio head Randy Pitchford calling it "the big one." Publisher 2K soon after clarified that this was being designed "specifically for next-gen consoles," which is what PS4 and Xbox One were still referred to as at the time.
There was little word for the next year, but in 2016, Pitchford reaffirmed, "Obviously, there is going to be another Borderlands." He also added that it wouldn't necessarily be called Borderlands 3. Subsequently, he said whatever it's called, it's unlikely to be released on Nintendo Switch--although it's not impossible the platform sees some kind of Borderlands title one day.
In 2017, the studio showed off some new technology it was working on to demonstrate "what a future game from Gearbox might look like." The tech demo strongly resembled the art style of Borderlands, and a character's face was deliberately obscured, presumably to avoid spoiling something. Pitchford again said, "If you're a customer that's looking forward to a future Borderlands game, we're working on it. We'll get you soon."
2K itself has been generally tight-lipped about the new game, although it has repeatedly said "a highly anticipated new title from one of 2K's biggest franchises" is due out during the current financial year, meaning by the end of March 2019. Pitchford later said something even more on the nose, stating that 90% of Gearbox is "working on the thing I think most of you guys want us to be working on."
What's Confirmed For E3?
At this point, there's no word that the new Borderlands will be unveiled at E3. 2K doesn't traditionally have its own press conference to announce such a project, but it could easily show up during Microsoft or Sony's respective showcases. An E3 reveal for 2K's "highly anticipated new title" made E3 seem like a decent bet for a reveal until it was delayed. Recently, Pitchford and Gearbox have tried to deny the game will be at E3, but that could all be in an attempt to set us up for some surprise--the specific use of the name Borderlands 3 may have been meant to throw us off.
What We Hope To See At E3
It's been a long wait since Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel, so any reveal would hopefully show what's taken Gearbox this many years to come up with. Assuming that classes are still in place, we'd like to see some new ones along with returning favorites, like the Gunzerker and Siren. But most importantly, we're hoping for a large number and wide variety--four just doesn't seem like enough. For a series that offers up so many weapon choices, expanded character customization options would also be welcome.
That's not to say the weapons themselves should stay as-is. Borderlands is known for offering a huge arsenal of weapons, but a more diverse array of weapon types, including the melee weapons Gearbox dabbled with in Battleborn, would be great.
That diversity could also extend to the locations you visit. As noted above, Pitchford talked about technology that "allows the scene to simulate in real time as time of day changes or conceivably we have different physics, if we, for example, were to explore different planets. There might be different physics, and the sun and the moons might be in different positions than we're used to on Pandora." That wasn't a promise of what Borderlands 3 will offer, but that's precisely what we'd hope to see. Don't just settle for different-looking areas of the same planet.
Whatever planet we're on, vehicles could be of much greater use. Those allowing your entire party (not just two people) to ride inside would be a start, but we'd also like for vehicles to serve a real role in combat, rather than just a means of transportation.
And while an E3 reveal might not show us everything, there's one thing we don't want to see: a heavy reliance on meme-centric humor. You can be funny without leaning on that quite so much.
Pandaboy200 xbox one
I'm level 23 assassin beat the game like 3 times already looking to start new character with funny squad it'll be fun trust me
Anyone still play?
I just finished Borderlands.
Does anyone still play? Im thinking about starting up Borderlands 2