It will be interesting to see if recent allegations against Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford will put into question the future of some of the upcoming games of the companies.
We're not going to treat these allegations in this article until more evidence has been presented, you can read the recent results at Variety.
In addition to the unannounced Borderlands 3, the games Gearbox is supposed to play include the new game Brothers In Arms New Brothers In Arms Game?
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"We are working on something," he replied. "We've been working on it for a while and there are some great people in it, and as that develops, I think it could be really good. I want to be sure before we get in touch. We have more to do.
In 2017, Randy Pitchford also made the possibility of a new Brothers in Arms game amid seething rumors about the Call of Duty World War 2.
On Twitter, Pitchford responded to a comment posted by Vlambeer's Rami Ismail, who expressed his disappointment at Activision's alleged return to the roots of World War II for the new Call of Duty this year. Pitchford's comment was simply, " You'll hate something we'll do in ," which triggers a significant broadcast of Brothers in Arms.
Brothers in Arms is, of course, first a well-known World War II personal shooter series that began in 2005 with Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30.
Current titles are only available for Android and iOS formats, with scheduled Brothers In Arms: Furious 4 a scrapped a few years back after fan feedback was negative. However, elements of the game have been integrated into Battleborn's latest IP from Gearbox.
While a new installment in the acclaimed franchise has yet to be confirmed, Gearbox is expected to restart the Brothers in Arms series for its next deployment. Whatever happens in the current Pitchford case, we suspect that nothing will change.