Borderlands: The Development Team Wants an Anime Series and a Dedicated Theme Park

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Borderlands 3: It Is Still Controversial with Claptrap's Former Voice Actor

Fan of Borderlands, the future may hold several very interesting surprises, at least according to the words of Gearbox creative director Paul Sage. With the release of Borderlands 3 ever closer, in fact, Sage talked about how the franchise could expand even beyond the videogame medium.

“Were we talking about it the other day, wouldn’t an anime series be nice?” Sage said in a recent interview. “Someone told me about Love, Death & Robots, and I thought it would be really fun. I’d like to see something like that, honestly. We’ll see what the future holds. I hope people will love the game, and all the stuff we have, and that he may also like such a product “.

Then there is also a Borderlands film being worked on with Lionsgate, and there was also a chance to make a joke about it. The theme was Claptrap’s voice actor. “Jim Ferranda is fantastic, he is the one who plays Claptrap now. I honestly wish he were there, but you know, if The Rock called me I would say” Hey buddy, come and audition! “I’m sure he would answer me:” um? Audition?”

But there are not only an anime series and a film in Sage’s projects, which would even create a theme playground: “I would love it! I’m thinking about what attractions could be. For example, the Cave of Claptrap? Or the trunks. Yes I’d really like something like that, “ said Sage, who then concluded with a joke: ” The nice thing about the trunks is that they wouldn’t have stairs, so it would be absolutely compatible with Claptrap. “

And what do you think? Would you like it if these projects were carried out? Meanwhile, Borderlands 3 reviews will arrive late especially with regards to the European market.

SOURCE: VG247