Gearbox is going all out to turn Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands into “a new franchise” with “future experiences” already in development.
CEO Randy Pitchford commented on Tiny Tina’s success at parent company Embrace Group’s recent all-hands meeting, which Borderlands snapped up the studio for $1.3 billion Last year (and Bought Tomb Raider, Deus Ex, and more IP from Square Enix is $300 million this year).
“Gearbox Software scored a major victory this past year with the launch of new franchise Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands,” said Pitchford. “Wonderlands has smashed our target expectations, both critically and commercially, and I’m thrilled that, in addition to the huge financial rewards from this victory coming our way in the coming quarters, we’ve established a solid beachhead. We now clearly have a new franchise on our hands, with future experiences already in store.” Under development at Gearbox.”
As always, diction experience, Which is not necessarily full fat game, is done here. For starters, given Gearbox’s track record, it’s a reasonable bet that more Wonderlands DLC is in the pipe. Here’s hoping any future content is better than the game’s Generally poorly received four-part season passes.
Pitchford’s comments don’t necessarily confirm that Wonderland 2 is in active development, though it does strongly indicate that a sequel or follow-up of some sort is a matter of when and not if. We already knew that Gearbox apparently has “nine AAA games in development.” It spans many brands and studios, so it’s possible that Wonderlands 2, or at least a walking skeleton, vaguely resembles it.
Pitchford’s comments are also noteworthy Echoing earlier comments from Take-Two, which continues to publish the Borderlands (and now Wonderlands) games In May, CEO Strauss Zelnick said the game “exceeded expectations” and noted the “potential” for this new franchise. [for] next year.”
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