Originally, the title was slated for the previous fiscal year, putting it in line for a March 2019 launch at the very latest.
It is thought to be Borderlands 3 for several reasons: Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford has been talking openly about the game since 2015, a year ago he tweeted a photo that suggested he was doing performance capture for it, and last September he told IGN that Gearbox wants to deliver a "really big, worthy" continuation instead of an offshoot like The Pre-Sequel. We remain as excited as ever about this title, and expect it to enhance our results next fiscal year, ' reads the legal blurb. While some of the unannounced games seemed completely of the wall - Forza Horizon 5? - others, like Rage 2, have turned out to be accurate.
Take-Two has been talking about this "highly anticipated" sequel for a long time now, despite it never being officially announced.
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Some commentators even anxious whether Bethesda's unexpected sequel would be completely overshadowed by the long awaited Borderlands 3, should that game be officially revealed at E3 2018 later next month.
Gearbox head Randy Pitchford has recently posted some Tweets which suggest that Borderlands 3 won't be making any appearance at E3 this year. Back in April, Kotaku reported that a top-secret new BioShock game was in the works at a studio in Novato, California.
Red Dead Redemption 2 from Take-Two and Rockstar is poised to be one of the biggest titles of 2018 no doubt. Either way, it won't be a new IP, and we'll probably find out exactly what it is during E3 next month.