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Randy Pitchford Confirms Borderlands 2, Or Does He?

Posted on Thursday, February 10 @ 09:23:30 PST by

After amassing over 3 million in sales in a few short months after its release, it really isn't a big surprise that a sequel to the 2009 Game of the Year contender, Borderlands, is in development. But for a long while, Gearbox Software played coy on the subject, with CEO Randy Pitchford even joking "What's Borderlands 2".

Now, Pitchford has changed his tune, inadvertently confirming the sequel's existence while discussing the upcoming Duke Nukem Forever in an interview:

I'm sure Duke will have some demands of me and I've gotta work on Borderlands 2, right?

Of course he could just be mocking everyone who just assumes a sequel is on the way. But given the success of the first title, it would make financial sense for the company and their publishing partner, Take-Two.

Since Gearbox's focus is currently on Duke Nukem Forever, don't expect an official confirmation until E3 at the earliest, which gives plenty of time for the King to bask in the limelight.


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