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2K Games E3 leaks: Firaxis Marvel game, Borderlands Tiny Tina spin-off

2K Games to release a Tiny Tina Borderlands spin-off in FY2022, and tease new projects like Codename Volt and Marvel Firaxis game.

Published Thu, Jun 3 2021 6:30 PM CDT   |   Updated Thu, Jul 1 2021 8:04 PM CDT

A new Reddit post just leaked out 2K Games' new slate of titles, and it looks like Gearbox's next project isn't a new IP after all.

2K Games E3 leaks: Firaxis Marvel game, Borderlands Tiny Tina spin-off 232 |

2K Games' E3 2021 slate has apparently leaked out, and the information has been corroborated by Bloomberg's Jason Schreier so it's definitely legitimate. 2K has some interesting projects in development including a new Borderlands spin-off starring Tiny Tina, and based on a recent trademark, it's like called Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. This game has been described as an "immersive core" game by Take-Two.

The next project is a turn-based game from Firaxis that's described as XCOM meets Marvel complete with superheroes. Finally we have a new project codenamed Volt, which is described as "Saints Row meets Cthulu," possibly featuring open-world live service elements in a Lovecraft-based sci-fi universe.

Mafia developer Hangar 13 could be making Volt as their next project was believed to be set in a sci-fi fantasy world.

Not all of these games will be ready for 2021. 2K Games parent company Take-Two Interactive confirmed the publishing label will release two non-sports games in FY2022 (ends March 2022): a new game from Gearbox (Tiny Tina's Wonderlands) and a re-release.

Take-Two has 21 games planned to release in FY2022 (now until March 31, 2022). Here's the breakdown:

  • 4 immersive core releases to purchase--two titles from new franchises two from existing titles.
  • 1 indie game
  • 10 free-to-play mobile games
  • 6 new iterations of previously available titles

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