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Gearbox suggests the arrival of something related to Bulletstorm or Duke Nukem

Gearbox, after suggesting the arrival of Borderlands 3 and Borderlands 2 on Nintendo Switch, returns to publish a teaser, this time much easier to crack. The software house has posted on Twitter ...

Is Gearbox trolling us?

The 28 March Gearbox Software promised us a great announcement and everyone is thinking about what I'm thinking. No, it's not a slice of nutella tart, but Borderlands 3. And if instead ...

Borderlands 3 coming?

For years we have been talking - and hopefully - in Borderlands 3 but those that have followed each other up until now have been rumors and rumors. A tweet just published ...

Borderlands 3 kills Battleborn

There are games that are born under a bad star or simply come out at the wrong time, despite having excellent potential. One of these is Battleborn and it's official that, although the servers will remain active, the game, ...

The 90% of Gearbox staff is at work on the new Borderlands

Despite everyone's desire for the arrival of Borderlands 3 as soon as possible, there are no official confirmations of its development, although many clues and indiscretions want Gearbox to work right on the new ...

G2A put on the straps from Gearbox

Yesterday the formalization of the choice of Gearbox Publishing, choice that signed the partnership with G2A for the production and sale of a collector's edition for their new title "Bulletstorm: Full Clip ...

Call of Duty: Mobile Launches October 1

Developed Exclusively for Android and iOS, New Free-to-Play Mobile Game Delivers the Definitive Call of Duty Full Features Head-to-Head

Alan Wake Remastered coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and ...

According to rumors circulating in the last few hours, Alan Wake could return to a remastered version on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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