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Borderlands Remastered teased by ratings board

2K could be about to release a full HD Borderlands Remastered, according to a ratings board leak.
There might well be a remastered edition of the original Borderlands game on shelves at some point in the near future.
A game entitled Borderlands Remastered Edition was rated MA15 on December 11 by the Australian Classification Board, suggesting 2K is gearing up to make the announcement soon.
Of course, we’ve had nothing official from 2K as yet, but the Classification Board suggests it has been developed by Gearbox Software and 2K Australia.
It is listed as a multiple platform title, so that should mean the remastered version could launch for Xbox One, PS4 and PC too.
The original Borderlands was first released back in 2009, and was followed up by Borderlands 2 in 2012. Both games were developed by Gearbox, but then development for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was handed over to 2K Australia.
Thanks to the Borderlands 2 PS Vita release this year, the game’s overall sales topped ten million.
The only Borderlands we’ve seen on new-gen PS4 and Xbox One consoles is the new Tales from the Borderlands spin-off.
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