PAX East - Gearbox Software announces the long-awaited sequel, Borderlands 3, but accompanied by publishing announcements, card games, magic tricks, and all the technical difficulties one could ask for.
What does Borderlands' apparent commitment to NOT becoming Destiny/Division/Anthem mean for Gearbox and 2k?
How and why was the announcement, in part, a "train wreck"?
And why do I think that "train wreck" is exactly what the industry could use a bit more of?
#Borderlands #Gearbox #VirtualLegality
Discussed in this episode:
"Gearbox Announces Borderlands 3"
Kotaku - March 28, 2019 - Jason Schreier
Borderlands 3 Official Reveal Trailer
"The 7 most awkward moments from Gearbox's Borderlands 3 stream"
GamesRadar - March 28, 2019
"Borderlands 3 Reveal + Gearbox PAX East 2019 Stream - IGN Live"
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