During Take-Two Interactive Software’s quarterly financial conference call for investors and analysts, president Karl Slatoff talked about Gearbox Software.
Following the merger between Geabox and Embracer announced last week, we learn that the long-term publishing partnership for the Borderlands franchise will continye going forward.
On top of that, Slatoff also teased “some unannounced projects” that will be revealed over time.
In the meanwhile, Borderlands 3 was recently launched for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S joining the previous platforms PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia.
As you can read below, Borderlands 3 Director’s Cut is expected to release this spring.
“Launched Borderlands 3 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The title has been fully optimized for next-generation consoles, making mayhem bigger and bolder than ever before. All players who own or purchase the game on prior consoles will be able to download the next-generation upgrade within the same console family free of charge.
This free next-gen upgrade will add several exclusive features, including 4K resolution at 60 frames-per-second in single-player and online co-op, plus support for three- and four-player split-screen co-op. In addition, 2K released a second Season Pass for Borderlands 3 for all previously released and next-generation versions of the game.
Season Pass 2 includes two brand new content add-ons – Designer’s Cut, which adds all new ways to play Borderlands 3 by introducing a new Skill Tree for each Vault Hunter, a new standalone mode called Arms Race, and more; and the Director’s Cut, which is planned for release in spring 2021.”
If you’re interested in Take-Two Interactive Software’s financial performance, you can read our dedicated article from earlier today.