At the beginning of the week, Borderlands’ Twitter account had invited fans to come together for a celebration around the game, which resulted in an all-new crazy trailer.
On the Twitter account of Borderlands 3, fans of the franchise had seen the last weekend a formal invitation.
The rose-themed invitation card featuring the characters’ heads offered fans the chance to join the Respawn team with their + 1’s for a “celebration all together” that would take place on Tuesday, July 16th.
The invitation immediately gave way to a lot of speculation on the part of Internet users. The most widespread suggested that developers would make an announcement on cross-play.
It stood with the “let’s celebrate together” side but no it was not that. Randy Pitchford, the CEO of Gearbox has very quickly denied this rumor.
Some folks may be speculating that this thing tomorrow may be about cross play. Tomorrow’s thing is awesome, but *not* about cross-play. But, Good News: We are committed to supporting cross-play for Borderlands 3 with our partners as soon as practicable after launch. #talklater https://t.co/XtUzrBpySP
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) July 15, 2019
“Netizens have assumed that tomorrow’s celebration will revolve around cross-play, and tomorrow is a great thing, but that’s not it, but, good news: we have engaged with our partners to offer cross-play. on Borderlands 3 as soon as possible after the launch. “
“To be clear, there will be no cross-play at the exit of Borderlands 3. We are working very hard with all our partners to create a cross-play experience as quickly as possible. on as many platforms as possible. “
A true ode to cooperation, on which Gearbox has worked a lot for this new album.
Enough to make players smile until the release of the game that is scheduled for September 13, 2019, on PC ( via a temporary exclusive with the Epic Game Store ), PS4 and Xbox One.