Although the Borderlands series has traditionally struggled to guarantee hundreds of potential hours at the end of the story, it seems that Borderlands 3 will endeavor to detract from our first journey of the adventure at all. In an interview with Venture Beat, Paul Sage (game director) has talked about ambitions about the quality and duration of the game.
” I would say we were very ambitious ” explains the creative. ” My technical team would say that we went sometimes [laughs] There are many things in the game. We go to different worlds. The duration of the game is 35 hours, if you simply dedicate yourself to the main story, not including the many side quests. I think there was a lot of ambition from the beginning ”
The duration of the game is 35 hours, if you simply dedicate yourself to the main story Sage’s commentary is particularly interesting if we consider that it is the most basic duration of the game in 35 hours instead of the 30 that had been indicated It may be a small margin of personal estimation or the campaign may have recently expanded in some way.
Sage also explains that Borderlands 3 includes numerous small changes that involve a lot of time and effort, and it seems easy that the development would have been prolonged with this type of news indefinitely. ” I think you cut [the ambitions of the game] when you say, ‘OK, we have to publish it.’ Probably a year before. I hate to put a roadmap, but it is what there is. We have what we need in the game, so let’s finish it. & Quot ;.
Borderlands 3 will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One next September 13th. The computer version will be released exclusively at Epic Games Store this year, but will also reach platforms such as Steam in 2020.