A new Borderlands game is reportedly in development at 2K Australia. The Borderlands ‘pre-sequel’ is supposedly set on the moon and is intended to bridge the gap between Borderlands and Borderlands 2.
The latest entry in Gearbox’s first-person-shooter RPG series is expected to arrive later this year for PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, ahead of an actual sequel set to arrive on PC and the next-generation consoles…
Borderlands: The Pre-sequel is rumoured to be set on Pandora’s moon Elpis, with the player working for a mysterious programmer called John, who as it happens grows up to the become Borderlands 2’s main antagonist - Handsome Jack.
PC System Analysis For Borderlands: The Pre-sequel Requirements
Borderlands: The Pre-sequel requires at least a Radeon HD 5850 1024MB or GeForce GTX 560 to meet recommended requirements running on high graphics setting, with 1080p resolution. This hardware should achieve 60FPS. For your PC to completely meet the recommended requirements you will also need 2 GB system memory. Another thing to consider is the DirectX capability of your GPU. Borderlands: The Pre-sequel needs a GPU capable of running DirectX 9.