Clocking in at just over 13 minutes, the above gameplay video for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was recorded at E3 2014 and features commentary from 2K Australia Producer Joel Eschler and Gearbox Associate Producer James Lopez.
If you prefer your Borderlands videos with more Handsome Jack, Gearbox released this video from E3 recently, featuring Handsome Jack’s tips for surviving on the moon:
In an interview with Game Reactor, 2K Australia’s Tony Lawrence revealed how a new-gen version of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is possible, provided the fans want it:
I guess we’re full on developing that PS3, 360, and PC kind of game. And we really believe in that too, I mean all the players of Borderlands 2 are all playing on those consoles. That’s the choice they’ve got. So we want to reward those guys and give them the Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel experience on that console. I mean if fans say we’d really want this on a next-gen console, well, we’ll think about that. But right now we’re concentrating on the consoles we have.
Gearbox’s Matt Armstrong then added how it felt “a little bit disingenuous” to require people to buy a new console to play the middle game on a trilogy, so that’s another reason why they decided to bring The Pre-Sequel to PS3 and Xbox 360, and not PS4 and Xbox One.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will be available on October 14 in North America and October 17 in Europe for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.