Borderlands Remastered Listing Hints at Xbox One and PS4 Port
Gearbox’s blockbuster RPG-shooter could be the next game to be given a next-gen makeover.
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Publishing label 2K Games has yet to officially announce the next-gen update, but a listing on the Australian Classification Board appears to have revealed the publisher’s plans prematurely. Little else can be gathered from the listing, though it does suggest that 2K Australia--which was the principal developer of Borderlands: The pre-Sequel--has been delegated duties to build the port.
Remastered updates of popular last-gen games have become a common feature of the gaming calendar. Tomb Raider Definitive Edition, The Last of Us Remastered, and Grand Theft Auto 5 are some of the most popular re-releases on next-gen systems.
Gearbox Software, the creator of the Borderlands series, recently suggested that it was the comparatively low installed-base of the next-gen consoles that convinced it to ship Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel on last-gen machines only.
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