Gearbox’s Battleborn Delayed Until May 3rd

Take-Two revealed – via its financial results – that Gearbox’s first person shooter, Battleborn, has been delayed until May 3rd. Take-Two did not reveal the reasons of this delay. The game was meant to be released on February 9th, meaning that it got delayed a month (probably due to re-scheduling and not because the team needed more time).

Set in the distant future, Battleborn is a first-person shooter featuring 25 unique playable heroes who form an unlikely alliance to save the last star in the universe from a mysterious enemy hell-bent on its destruction.

Battleborn’s narrative-driven story mode can be played alone or co-operatively by up to five friends splitscreen* and online.

The game’s three different competitive multiplayer modes can be played by up to 10 players online in action-packed 5v5 matches. Regardless of the mode being played, players will experience deep and customizable character growth for all 25 playable heroes.

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