‘Borderlands 3’ Latest News & Update: Sets the Trend of Open World Gaming; Grand Theft Auto, Fallout Has New Successor

By Staff Reporter , Updated Sep 20, 2016 04:18 AM EDT

After "GTA" and "Fallout" dominated the open world digital games, "Borderlands 3" is expected to arrive with its own open world trademark. Currently under Gearbox Software's development team, "Borderlands 3" failed to appear at the recent E3 event.

The third installment in the "Borderlands" series, the game is expected to have a brand new gameplay and a whole lot of improvement in its environmental concept. "Borderlands 3" when it happens will be the biggest and most elite successor of other open world games like "GTA" and "Fallout."

Unfortunately, there are no other details given for "Borderlands 3." Except for a rumor that it may arrive in 2018, the details of its gameplay is undisclosed. Published by 2K and developed by Gearbox Software, "Borderlands" is an open world, role playing first-person shooter video game. The game was released worldwide in October 2009 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. Mac OS X received the game on December 2010.

"Borderlands" allow players to build their own character. Choosing among four characters with different skills, players will build from there, all the way up. "Borderlands 3," despite the limited details released for the game, is said to be one of the most anticipated games today.

Meanwhile, another reason why "Borderlands 3" may take a while to arrive, is because of Gearbox Software's work on "Battleborn". Unfortunately for the game, it didn't quite succeed because of Overwatch's arrival.

TheBitBag on the other hand revealed some of the few, but expected feature of the game and that includes competitive multiplayer. "Borderlands 3" is expected to feature better game concept than Gearbox Software's "Battleborn." For more news about "Borderlands 3" and its upcoming release date, make sure to visit us here on GameNGuide.com.

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