Yeah, it isn't much, but the Borderlands fan in me is vibrating with anticipation after watching this quick teaser trailer for Borderlands 2.
This short clip gives us a glimpse of a new character dual-wielding some very big guns in a couple of unfamiliar environments, one snowy and cold, the other grassy. He's shooting, uh, new monsters, it appears, too.
The familiar cel-shaded-ish look of Borderlands remains intact, but the visual complexity has been ratcheted up a few notches. Gearbox tells us all of these visuals were created "in engine," so the game itself should look this good. Just a taste, but if you enjoyed the original like I did, that may be enough to get you wound up.
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