There's been a few rumblings lately regarding Borderlands. After news spread that Epic Games had spent $146 million on its PC exclusivity, rumours have emerged from Gamereactor, claiming: “A new Borderlands is much closer than you think. Not a numbered one, but what you might call a spin-off.”
Believing this next entry would “deliver something different” to other Borderlands titles, that was backed up by VentureBeat’s Jeff Grubb, who stated: “Gearbox, I believe, is going to have that spin-off of Borderlands that is rumoured and they might not necessarily be developing, but I think they’re involved with those games always, they own part of the IP along with Take-Two.”
Gearbox Software Denies Rumours They're Co-Developing A New Borderlands Game With Another Studio
Naturally, that got fans stirring, and it's led to CEO Randy Pitchford dismissing rumours of any collaborative effort. Taking to Twitter, he soon offered the following response. While Pitchford definitively rules out working with another studio in the future on Borderlands, he doesn't deny that a new game is in development, either.
Adding to this, Pitchford then released a follow-up tweet, stating: "We are definitely working on some amazing stuff that, I hope, will surprise and delight you". Despite previously working with Telltale Games on Tales From The Borderlands, Gearbox are now keeping this series close to their chests. Whatever comes next, it sounds like Borderlands fans have plenty to look forward to.