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Upgrades Revealed- Borderlands 3 Next-Gen For PS5 and Xbox Series X

One thing is sure that there are so many gamers who have been waiting for the next-gen upgrades for their favorite games in PlayStation 5 as well as Xbox Series X. As you know that the PS5 and Xbox Series X are going to release next month, there will be a large number of gamers who are going to experience the next-gen upgrades.
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Grab Borderlands 3 on PlayStation and Xbox for only $10

Borderlands 3 was finally released in 2019 after years of hype and anticipation, and it’s definitely one of the best fast-paced shooters in recent history. Gearbox Software has been working on additional content and a new spin-off, which means the Standard Edition of Borderlands 3 (with no DLC) has continued to drop in price. Best Buy is now selling Borderlands 3 Standard Edition for just $9.99, which is $20 below the original price.

Why Are War Games So Popular and What Does the Future Hold?

Ever since video games were first introduced, the war games genre has held a lot of appeal for players. What is it that makes this type of game such a long-term favorite with so many people?. A Look at the Genre. The first military-style game to make it onto a...

New Duke Nukem game in development at Gearbox Software

Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford confirms Gearbox owns Duke Nukem and that a new game is in development for the franchise. — UPDATE: Gearbox is also making a Duke Nukem film, and it's possible Randy Pitchford was talking about this movie and not a new game. Gearbox Software is developing...

Danny DeVito Was Supposed To Be In 'Borderlands 3' And I Feel Robbed

I think I speak for many of us when I say that any film or TV show can be made instantly better by adding Danny DeVito. Doesn't matter where he is, doesn't matter what the script might be, the actor and comedian is simply a legend, and we love him. Which is why we're pretty personally affronted by the fact that 2019's Borderlands 3 was supposed to feature the celebrity, but it never happened. How dare you deny us this, Gearbox. How dare you.

New Brothers in Arms game in development at Gearbox Software

Brothers in Arms is a popular shooter franchise that has seen a number of iterations over the years. Lately, they've been Android and iOS releases, but it seems like a proper entry in the series is in development at Gearbox Software. Gearbox was acquired by the Embracer Group in April 2021, and since then there's been a major push to release more games because Gearbox owns a lot of popular titles.

Borderlands 3 celebrates its birthday with mini-events and free cosmetics

Gearbox Software has kicked off two mini-events in Borderlands 3 and is giving away some free cosmetics to celebrate the game’s second birthday. To start, the Loot Monster Mayhem event is back until September 15th at 8:59 a.m. PT. During this event, Loot variant enemies will have an increased spawn rate and the Bekah Assault Rifle and the Earworm Assault Rifle will be available in the loot pool. Additionally, players can get some free legendary items from Maurice’s Black Market Vending Machine.

New Brothers in Arms Game in the Works; Announcement When It's Ready

A new game from the Brothers in Arms series is in development, as revealed by Randy Pitchford, CEO of Gearbox Software. Unfortunately, we won't learn anything more about it until the project is close to completion. The somewhat forgotten Brothers in Arms series is likely to return with a new...

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Brings D&D To Borderlands In A Big Way

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands asks us all to look within our hearts, search our souls and answer the question: who’s ready to riggedy-roleplay?. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is an upcoming game within a game that’s now itself, its own game. This is some Tropic Thunder level nested fictional realities, but let me break it down for you. The game, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is itself a spinoff from the most beloved Borderlands 2 DLC: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon’s Keep, which was a game within a game where the characters of Borderlands 2 gathered together with the teenaged bombmaker and tea party afficianado, Tiny Tina, to help her process the death of one of the main characters.

The Brothers In Arms Series Is Finally Coming Back, Publisher Confirms

Tactical shooter series Brothers in Arms is set to return, six years after the release of the latest game, as per an announcement from Gearbox Software. This tidbit comes from an episode of the AIAS Game Maker's Notebook podcast featuring a conversation between Insomniac Games CEO Ted Price and Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford. Though it was originally recorded and published in April, the episode has only recently been shared on YouTube and therefore pricked up some more ears.

A new Brothers in Arms game is under development

The Brothers in Arms tactical shooter series has been on an extended break for 13 years, not counting mobile games. However, something is * cooking *, and this was confirmed by the head of Gearbox Software in a recent podcast. "We're working on another game from the Brothers in Arms...

New Brothers In Arms Game Will Be Announced When Ready

It turns out that Brothers in Arms will finally receive a brand new installment after going on a hiatus for several years now in running. In an AIAS Game Maker’s Notebook podcast (via AltChar) from a few months back but spotted just now, Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford confirmed a new Brothers in Arms game to be in active development.

New Brothers in Arms game is in development but Randy Pitchford won't announce it just yet

Brothers in Arms is one of my favourite shooter franchises but sadly, it got buried by Call of Duty and Battlefield games, despite it's unique gameplay and strong, emotional story. The last game in the series - Hell's Highway was quite a gem but as already mentioned, it was released at a bad time - people were fed up with WW2 shooters and Call of Duty is well, Call of Duty.

RPGamer Round-Up: September 5 – September 12

Welcome to the latest edition of RPGamer’s round-up column, where we take a look back at some of the articles that we have posted over the previous week. This article is designed to give reminders of some interesting content and stories that our readers might have missed. Tales of Arise...