Publishing giant Take-Two Interactive Software has been a relatively avid supporter of the Nintendo Switch, at least once the hardware became the best-selling console on the market. One of the releases on the system was Borderlands Legendary Collection, which included the first two numbered games and The sequel; there are three full games and a lot to get stuck in.
Borderlands 3is, however, another animal; as the last entry in the series, it will of course be the most challenging to port to the hybrid console. However, a PEGI rating for Borderlands 3: Director̵
However, there are some wonders with this. The name may suggest a complete version of the game with all the DLCs, but this is Gearbox and Borderlands, so it’s actually just the second part of the game second season pass. It adds a lot of content and repairs to existing versions, but it is. You may also notice the oddity in the rankings that says it’s out today for the Switch, which is clearly not accurate; there may be an administrator error with the ratings.
This may be an indication that some sort of version of Borderlands 3 is on its way to the Switch in the future, and will no doubt be pushed by Nintendo itself as a pretty big deal. Or there may be a miss of the mouse pointer when Gearbox applied for an age limit on DLC.
It makes perfect sense for Gearbox and Take Two to push the boat out and port Borderlands 3 to the Switch, although it will be a good technical challenge. We just have to wait and see if it shows up.