Borderlands 3: 4-Player Co-Op Could Return In The Game

Probably yes, according to Randy Pitchford's answer to a fan.

Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3 has been the focus of various news recently, a curious fact especially for a game that has not yet been announced officially. After weeks and weeks of intense speculation and rumors that Borderlands 3 would be finally announced at E3 2018, it is now starting to look very likely that the game will probably not be present at the show, especially in light of the recent comments of Gearbox’s boss, Randy Pitchford.

Pitchford, however, has again shared some information via Twitter and, this time, although he is not giving fans hope for the title at E3 2018, he has talked about things that are likely to be in the game. Actually, for the moment nothing has been confirmed, but the words of the Gearbox boss are definitely intriguing.

According to reports, after a couple of jokes that were part of an exchange with industry analyst Michael Pachter, a fan asked Pitchford if Borderlands 3 will once again present a 4-player cooperative. When Pitchford replied, he mentioned for the first time that Borderlands 3 has not yet been announced, before saying that there is nothing wrong with the 4-player co-op, being something that has worked pretty well so far.

So yes, it’s not at all a confirmation, especially for a game that does not yet officially exist, but the statement suggests that Borderlands 3 will probably again have a 4-player co-op.

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