It was on this day in 2009 that we gathered together to storm the planet of Pandora and take all of the riches in the original Borderlands.
Two of Marvel Studios' top producers are taking Claptrap, Scooter and the rest of the gang to Hollywood in an official Borderlands film.
The legal dispute over the rights to the Duke have been settled, and Gearbox Software has been declared the owner of the Duke Nukem IP.
The team behind Borderlands will be launching the first-person shooter Battleborn in early 2016.
The CEO of Gearbox revealed that his company is planning a new Duke Nukem title and looking for the right developer this time.
The Borderlands team at Gearbox Software released their E3 2015 trailer for the first-person shooter/MOBA hybrid, Battleborn, a little bit early.
The class action lawsuit filed against Gearbox Software and Sega about the falsely advertised capabilities of Aliens: Colonial Marines has started to shrink.
The legal tug o'war between Gearbox Software and 3D Realms over the rights to the Duke Nukem IP have been settled with a possible sale of the franchise in the works.
It's a sad day for Pandora as Borderlands' creator and franchise director Matthew Armstrong announced that he's parting ways with Gearbox Software.
Featuring over 100 hours of addictive gameplay throughout Pandora and Elpis, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection reminds us of why we love being a Vault Hunter.