When asked about a new Brothers in Arms game, Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford confirmed that the developers are working on exciting things but they are not at a point where it's smart to make any promises.
Brothers in Arms franchise gave us some of the best WW2 games but sadly it never managed the reach the heights of other shooters on the market like Call of Duty and Battlefield. The focus on the single-player story rather than a multiplayer mode is probably one of the reasons why Brothers in Arms is where it is right now but despite this it looks like the future is looking bright for this beloved title.
We already know that Gearbox Software are willing to do another Brothers in Arms game. Back in 2015, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford confirmed that a brand new Brothers in Arms project is been worked on. "I think the next Brothers in Arms game has to be authentic and we have been working on that. I feel we have unfinished business there with both the fiction and the history and I'd like to get into that," Pitchford told IGN.
Sadly, the game was never announced and we're still waiting to hear more about the project. And according to Pitchford, the team are not quite there yet and it may take a while before we hear about the game. When asked if a new Brothers in Arms game is still in development, Pitchford replied:
"We are working on things there that I am very excited about. We are not at a point yet where it's smart to make any promises or share."
A leak from 4chan, which surfaced online back in 2020 , revealed that the game is built on Unreal Engine 4, with a story that serves as a sequel to Hell's Highway. Whether this is true or not, guess we will just have to wait and see.