A listing for Borderlands Remastered Edition, an unannounced project credited to Gearbox Software and 2K Australia, was spotted on an Australian ratings website (and seems to have since been removed). The listing reveals little about the game other than its name, developers, and rating of MA 15+ for strong violence and online interactivity. No specific platforms are given, but it is listed as “multi platform.” Further details are purely speculative.
It’s possible that Borderlands Remastered Edition is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, given that remastered editions of hit games from the last generation of consoles, such as Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition and Grand Theft Auto V, have become par for the course in this early phase of the PS4 and Xbox One’s life cycle.
The mention of both Gearbox and 2K Australia in the listing suggests that Borderlands, Borderlands 2, and the recently released Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel are all on the table for inclusion in the package. And given Gearbox’s history of releasing Borderlands “Game of the Year” editions stacked with the core game and previously released downloadable content, we may see add-ons for any or all of those games included as well, assuming the listing is accurate.
The most recent entry in the franchise, 2K Australia’s Borderlands: The Pre-sequel, was released for Linux, Mac, PlayStation 3, Windows, and Xbox 360, but not the most recent consoles.
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