Shorty after they teased a new Borderlands 3 game, Gearbox have done something similar for another, yet unknown title. The shared artwork reveals something a bit more sci-fi themed, along with a caption that mentions another game and PAX.
It looks like that Texas-based developer and publisher Gearbox Software are gearing up to reveal a couple of big titles in just a couple of days.
Earlier this week we got a tease for a potential Borderlands 3 game, but it looks like that cell shaded post-apocalyptic shooter RPG won't be the only game Gearbox plan to reveal at Pax East 2019.
In the latest tease, which you can check below, the developers are revealing something a bit more sci-fi themed. The shared artwork reveals some sort of automaton, lying dismantled on the operating table. If you look closely enough, you'll also notice a blue board behind the table, with robot schemes written all over it.
A couple of hints but still nothing to strongly suggest what kind of game are Gearbox Software teasing here.
It doesn't look like something that would fit in Borderlands universe that's for certain, and if we had to bet, our money would be on a new We Happy Few game or DLC. The artwork is followed with "Time to tease another game for PAX!" caption, which confirms that it's definitely not a Borderlands game.
Of course, the speculations started instantly after Gearbox uploaded the artwork, and the devs even replied to some Twitter users with a bunch of robot gifs and memes. So, whatever this new game is, it certainly won't lack robots.
Gearbox confirmed that they will attend this year's PAX with "never-before-seen reveals, exclusives, and surprises". New Borderlands game is surely one of these reveals along with the game they teased, and we wonder if Gearbox have even more surprises to share on 28 March 2019, when their panel on PAX East officially takes place.
The event will also be live streamed on YouTube, so if you're excited about Gearbox's exclusive surprises, make sure to set a reminder in case you don't want to miss them.