The Borderlands series has been around for over 14 years (the debut took place on October 20, 2023). Almost all versions that have been released have positive reviews among players. During such a long period, four full-fledged versions debuted, as well as several spin-offs. One of the newer works of the Gearbox Software studio is Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, which belongs to the last of the mentioned categories. The latest information that has appeared on the Internet clearly indicates that we will see a continuation of the entire universe.
Information has come to light that Gearbox Software is working on a continuation of its universe from the Borderlands game series. There are at least two titles in production.
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All information comes from Randel Reiss’s profile on LinkedIn. According to the information recorded in his account, he worked as a Technical Director at the Lost Boys Interactive studio for a period of three months (from May to July 2022). It is worth mentioning that at that time the studio had already been taken over by Gearbox Software (or more precisely, Embracer Group) and its employees helped in creating new projects. The titles mentioned (initially) by Reiss included: Borderlands 4 UE4 and Tiny Tina’s Wonderland 2 UE4. The final markings indicate the then versions of the graphics engine (Unreal Engine 4) used to create games.
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It didn’t take long for Randel’s profile to be updated. Borderlands 4 was replaced by “Unannounced Sequel UE4”, i.e. an “unannounced sequel”. The second position, however, disappeared completely. Gearbox Software has not officially announced any of these titles yet, but you can be sure that this will happen soon. Borderlands 4 certainly has a chance to be released first, after all, over 4 years have passed since the release of the third part, and the entire series sold very well (75 million copies in total). In the case of Tina Tina’s Wonderland 2, it is similar – the game did not sell that well, but it is an important element in Gearbox’s portfolio and it is known that it was ultimately intended to be continued.-
Source: LinkedIn @randelreiss