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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:40am 03/08/11 | 11 Comments
According to Eurogamer it is. But let's be honest, Gearbox President Randy Pitchford has been dancing around the concept for a while, and Gearbox have done quite well for 2K Games since coming on board for both the original Borderlands, and saving Duke Nukem Forever (even if it was poorly received by critics).

According to the Eurogamer report, a 'friend' of theirs close to the project has told them it's definitely due for release in 2012, and that 2K Games will be making an official announcement involving the project in the very near future. And, to be honest, Eurogamer's mates haven't steered us wrong yet, so we're inclined to believe them (and have 'friends' of our own). If the game is coming - what would you like to see in a Borderlands sequel?



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Mosfxx
Posted 10:01am 03/8/11
Random level generator.
Python
Posted 10:18am 03/8/11
Borderlands 2 would be great, really enjoyed Borderlands.
parabol
Posted 11:13am 03/8/11
If the game is coming - what would you like to see in a Borderlands sequel?

A wider variety of classes, and better balanced. Having a blood-wing fly out and kill everything in sight is pretty fkn fun, but the other guys on your team get a bit bored sometimes.

Also: come ... catch a riiiiiiiiiiiiide.
Mantorok
Posted 12:27pm 03/8/11
I thought the classes were pretty well balanced. Maybe your team-mates were a bit s***? Personally I want a sequel to offer at least 8-player co-op, it's a pain when you have 5 or 6 people willing to play and you can't just have one big game.
Mordecai
Posted 04:30pm 03/8/11
More Scooter, Moxxi and Marcus.

More characters, some new types of environments.

An icon next to your character power telling you at a glance which element you have on.

A bigger ability tree with a set up like Torchlight where you don't have to have power one to get power two but be a certain level. This is a maybe, haven't fully thought this one out.

More stuff to set on fire, melt, explode and electrocute. Maybe even an ice element power.
Mosfxx
Posted 05:30pm 03/8/11
More stuff to set on fire, melt, explode and electrocute. Maybe even an ice element power.


Frostbite 2?
Crakaveli
Posted 05:43pm 03/8/11
Make it MMO style.
DM
Posted 06:10pm 03/8/11
Random level generator

This is perhaps the holy grail of FPS gaming I feel. Having a different level each time you restart the same mission would be incredible. That's what I hoped L4D2 would have since they said the maps would change depending how you perform and that is just horse s***. If truly random maps cannot be done, then at least designj 3 or 4 different maps for each level that are randomly chosen.
Mordecai
Posted 06:16pm 03/8/11
This is perhaps the holy grail of FPS gaming I feel. Having a different level each time you restart the same mission would be incredible. That's what I hoped L4D2 would have since they said the maps would change depending how you perform and that is just horse s***. If truly random maps cannot be done, then at least designj 3 or 4 different maps for each level that are randomly chosen.

Hellfire: London had random maps and was a fps depending on which character type you picked.
ocarinaboy
Posted 02:05am 04/8/11
More environment variety, like an ice theme or jungle theme, maybe some zombie monkies that swing from the branches and attack you from above. Keep the humour like with scooter and t.k baha, those small things matter. Have day and night cycles. Different weapon sounds. Make the online more community-ish. Say, the players can chill/chat with each other while they wait to join a room, so you can organise better, like with Diablo 2 sort of thing.
Mordecai
Posted 09:38am 04/8/11
Official website: http://borderlands2.com/

Coming to the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC during Take-Two's fiscal year 2013 beginning on April 1, 2012

Up to 18 months wait then :(

Gameinformer will be doing a 12 page reveal in their September issue.

Here is what they have up so far: http://www.gameinformer.com/p/borderlands.aspx
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