Gearbox PAX East 2019 Tease May Hint At Bulletstorm And Duke Nukem’s Return
Winter comes to an end today, and with that, it means that convention season is ready to begin. One of the big spring conventions that the gaming industry pays close attention to is PAX East, where developers both big and small get a chance to shine and show off their best new projects. One developer that is slated to have a big presence this year at PAX East is Gearbox, which has already hinted at a big new Borderlands announcement to be made at the show. Now, a new message may imply that new Bulletstorm and Duke Nukem games might be a part of the highly anticipated Gearbox PAX East 2019 presence.
“Time to tease another game for PAX!” pic.twitter.com/iSe5PTBwMi
— Gearbox Official (@GearboxOfficial) March 18, 2019
Gearbox recently released a new tweet on their official Twitter account regarding their appearance at PAX East 2019. The tweet includes a photo of Ishi Sato and Duke Nukem, as they appeared in the Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition remake in 2017. The description for the photo reads “Time to tease another game for PAX.” This seems to be poking fun at a series of tweets that had preceded this particular tweet, which saw that same description paired with photos related to the new Borderlands announcement implied earlier by Gearbox.
Aside from the Bulletstorm remake, both Duke Nukem and Bulletstorm have not had a brand new entry in their franchises since 2011. Given Gearbox’s other franchises mostly having had new games in-between that time, these two certainly seem due for a comeback. For now, fans will have to wait until PAX East later this month to know if they will be saying “Hail to the King, Baby” any time soon.
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