After all, we have witnessed insane twists nowadays to jump down to a conclusion straight away.
The whole story turns out to be quite tedious as Randy Pitchford already stated that Gearbox is working on a massive project.
So yeah, Borderlands fans, don't expect to see the new Borderlands game during the biggest gaming event.
"Many of you will find a way to interpret the intent to suit what you want to believe regardless of what is true".
But will Borderlands 3 be showing up at the entertainment expo at all? While some of the unannounced games seemed completely of the wall - Forza Horizon 5? - others, like Rage 2, have turned out to be accurate. However, as pointed out by Reddit user MarcianTobay, the link was posted shortly after Schoolhouse Rock composer Bob Dorough died, so it's unclear whether the post was meant to be a simple tribute, a cryptic teaser, or perhaps both.
We're pretty sure that Borderlands 3 won't end up being a mythical item of vapourware like Half-Life 3, but it's clear that Borderlands fans will have to exercise some patience.
The game is unlikely to be a BioShock sequel, as last we heard that was in very early development, and there's no way GTA 6 is coming this early - especially with RDR2 arriving on October 26. The Gearbox CEO emphasized the video was simply a tech demo, not a game, though some art assets shown were promised to be included in "a future video game".