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Borderlands 3: Director Wants An Anime Adaptation. Here’s What Happened.

The third installment of the fan favorite game, Borderlands 3 will arrive soon but the creators are thinking about branching out a little. According to VG247, Borderlands 3’s creative director has revealed that he sees the Borderlands franchise evolving beyond the video game series and into even more media. And specifically he can see it being turned into an anime series and ….. wait for it… an amusement park.

“We were talking the other day about, would it be a good, almost like an anime-type thing?” Sage told VG247.

“You know, somebody brought up ‘Love, Death & Robots’ to me,” says Sage, referencing the David Fincher -produced animated Netflix sci-fi anthology series, released earlier this year.

Borderlands 3: Director Wants An Anime Adaptation. Here's What Happened.

“And I was like, oh hell yeah! That’d be a lot of fun. I’d love to see things like that, honestly,” says Sage. “We’ll see what the future holds. I mean, hopefully, people love the game. And hopefully, they love all the source material and they want to do that.”

We don’t know whether Borderlands movie which is already being developed by Lionsgate production is live-action or animated.

The developers of the game feel like there are no boundaries to which this gaming world could expand. “A Borderlands theme park… Yes! I’ll take a Borderlands theme park!” says Sage.

“I’m trying to think of what would be the most obvious ride that you would have… would it be Claptrap’s Cave?” Sage considers the options, “You know, when I was a kid, I used to go to Six Flags all the time, and going into the cave was always such fun. And the log ride. So yeah, I’d totally dig something like that.”

Borderlands 3 is set to release on September 13 via the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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