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Former Gearbox's Employee Drops Hints About Borderlands 4 & Tiny Tina's Wonderland 2

Well, an official announcement of these games is yet to be provided by the company.

Image credit: Gearbox Software, Borderlands 3

It seems that Randel Reiss, a former employee of Gearbox, has provided evidence that the upcoming Borderlands games exist. Reiss, who held the position of Studio Technical Director at Lost Boys Interactive, a subsidiary of Gearbox Software, for a short period in 2022, has disclosed his involvement in both Borderlands 4 and Tiny Tina's Wonderlands 2 on his LinkedIn profile (and later edited the information). That's interesting since these games have not been officially announced to the public at this time.

While fans have been expecting a sequel to Borderlands 3, it's reassuring to see some form of confirmation through Reiss's profile. However, what truly catches attention is the accidental leak of Tiny Tina's Wonderlands 2, a sequel to the D&D-inspired shooter spin-off.

It's important to note that the mention of these games on Reiss's LinkedIn does not necessarily mean a close reveal. These details have been on his profile for some time and are only now gaining attention. As a result, there is no concrete evidence to suggest that official announcements for Borderlands 4 and Tiny Tina's Wonderlands 2 are imminent. So it seems that fans will have to remain patient for further updates from Gearbox.

Image credit: Gearbox Software, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

In September, we reported that Embracer was reportedly laying off employees from Gearbox Publishing due to its restructuring program. Later on, another piece of information surfaced stating that Embracer was exploring different variants for what to do with Gearbox Entertainment, including selling the company to another publisher.

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