It has been a long wait with a ridiculous amount of teases and false starts over the last four or five years, but Borderlands 3 was finally revealed at Gearbox's PAX East 2019 panel (after more teases, of course). This enigmatic figure is introduced in the very next scene and from her wry grin, overconfident swagger, and snarling sidekick, it's a pretty safe bet to say she'll be one of the key villains of Borderlands 3.
Now, back to the Borderlands 3 trailer, and that shot of Rhys in particular.
We still don't know the names of the new playable characters, but we get a good look at them 30 seconds in.
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The original Borderlands game launched in 2009 as an open world action role-playing FPS title with an atypical aesthetic. These links leave Siliconera. Plus, all of the DLC from Borderlands 2 will be available as a free addition to the PlayStation VR version this summer. We've counted 36 of them in our Borderlands 3 trailer breakdown, to be precise. This time around Gearbox is claiming that Borderlands 3 will have "one billion guns", one of which is an assault rifle with little robot legs that is skipping along while firing of shots.
It wouldn't be Borderlands without an obscene number of weapons, and it looks like 3 won't disappoint. They also announced yet another re-release of the original trilogy (including Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel), this time with a few technical improvements, some optional 4k textures and some quality-of-life improvements for the first game.
The teaser trailer also included Amara, a new Vault Hunter, according to Pitchford.