Gearbox released an 18-minute gameplay presentation for the announcement Of new Tales from Borderlands after its debut at Pax West yesterday. \n \nAlthough many enthusiasts seem excited about this new sequel and are anxious to play another game after almost ten years, others aren't so sure and don't like the different approach. \n \nThe reveal currently has 612 likes on YouTube compared to 1,300 dislikes. Similar disagreements may be found in the comment area, with the game's emphasis on a new character cast instead of Rhys and company being the most contentious issue. \n \nWhatever the outcome of the game, it's obvious that Gearbox faces a challenge in converting supporters to the new cast's presence. \n \nWe see every aspect of a Tale from the Borderlands game in the video, from choices to fast-paced action. We also received a more in-depth look at the three new faces, dubbed the "lovable losers" by Gearbox. Fans don't appear to be loving these losers as much, though. \n \nJazzy comments on YouTube, "I absolutely miss Rhys, Fiona, and Jack." So why aren't we following their future developments? The first Tales of the Borderlands game is one of my favorites. Superb narrative, personalities, and responses \n \nSuddenImpulse030. It has nothing of that. Regain your wits, drop this, and hire the original authors again—or don't create a sequel. However, not all of the response is unfavorable. In fact, some people are pretty shocked by the new course. \n \nNoah Winkler comments, "I really enjoy these characters. It's awesome to have more everyday people who are a little more grounded than the typical Borderlands cast. Others have praised the aesthetics right away, saying they are a huge upgrade over the previous. \n \nOn October 21, 2022, New Tales from the Borderlands are anticipated. It will be accessible on PC, Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch.