Borderlands developer working on a new Brothers in Arms video game
Brothers in Arms is the WWII shooter that has lasted the longest. The Borderlands creator, via its rude CEO, has admitted that a new Brothers in Arms title is in development.
We don’t know much about the location or gameplay or when it will be released. Randy Pitchford only stated that more information would be available closer to the game’s release. Borderlands 3 was announced only when it was still in beta. It seems that the same policy will be applied here. Pitchford stated that fans would have to bear the consequences.
Band of Brothers Road Trip
The gearbox was founded in 2005 to create expansions and ports to the original Half-Life. Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30 is Gearbox’s first complete game. It was released in 2005 and was followed by Brothers In Arms: EARNED IN BLOOD. Although many mobile and portable games have been, the series ended with Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway (2008).
Brothers in Arms was a series that distinguished itself from Battlefield and Call of Duty by allowing you to switch between different members of your squad at all times during battles. The series was not able to stand out when Brothers in Arms: Furious 4 was released. This angered many fans and led to the series being rebranded as Furious 4. After that, its assets and efforts were ” evolved” into an abortive Battleborn.
Yes, we hope that the Brothers in Arms 2 game will return to its boots-on-the-ground WWII roots and not be glorified hero looter shooter disguised as an Inglourious basterds tie-in.