The game is currently on track to launch before April 2022. Previous rumours have suggested that Firaxis is working on an XCOM-style game with Marvel characters.
Gearbox's looter shooter is on track for its early 2022 release. New details are sparse but there will be "repeatable end-game content."
A now-confirmed Axios report reveals that a number of top Borderlands 3 developers have recently left Gearbox to create a new studio.
The turn-based RPG is developed Iridium Starfish and sees players battling ADVENT forces. It's currently in early access.
These upgrades will be exclusive to PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of Grand Theft Auto 5. More details coming before release.
As always, the game will come with multiple editions and cover stars, including the very first female cover athlete for the series.
Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC and Stadia players can now matchmake together. An increased level cap and endless events are also live.
Despite its ties to Borderlands, new players can jump right in and enjoy the story without playing the looter shooter series.
A fantasy looter shooter inspired by Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, the title sees a band of players on a journey to defeat the Dragon Lord.
A spinoff based on Tiny Tina has been previously leaked, while Gearbox and 2K are set to announce a new game at Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live.
Previous leaks have stated that Gearbox is soon going to unveil Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, a new upcoming Borderlands spinoff.
A major leak describes the Mafia developer's next game as "Cthulhu meets Saints Row", which is information that falls in line with job listings published by the developer over the last year.
The developer of XCOM and Civilization is allegedly working on a turn-based strategy game starring Marvel superhero characters.
A Borderlands spinoff has been previously leaked, while developer Gearbox has also confirmed that it's working on a new game in the series.
A job listing for the position of Senior Gameplay Programmer at Cloud Chamber suggests that the next BioShock game is being built on Unreal Engine 5.
Cross-play for the looter shooter has been pulled from PlayStation, though the reasons haven't yet been explained.
It will be free until May 27th.
They will be revealed later this year.
Apparently, it's an "immersive core" game.
"Technical improvements, visual upgrades and performance enhancements" teased.