The Borderlands Compilation: Pandora’s Box seemingly leaked by ratings board

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South Africa’s ratings board appears to have accidentally revealed the existence of The Borderlands Compilation: Pandoras Box.


A new collection of Borderlands games, entitled The Borderlands Compilation: Pandora’s Box, could be on the way. That’s according to a leak by South Africa’s Film and Publication Board, as spotted by Gematsu.

The name was published on an Excel spreadsheet – marked ‘Classified’ – which also reveals that the compilation is in development for PC and console, and (predictably, given the games’ content) is rated 18.

Curiously, we’ve had a couple of collections dedicated to Gearbox Software’s looter shooter series before. There was Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, released in 2015, which included Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Then there was the Borderlands Legendary Collection, released in 2020, which bundled up Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition, Borderlands 2, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel in one package.

We’re guessing that any future compilation would gather all those earlier games in one place, and throw in Borderlands 3, last year’s spin-off, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, and perhaps even Gearbox Studio Quebec’s graphic adventure offshoot, New Tales from the Borderlands. Whether there’ll be any other additions or improvements remains to be seen at this stage.

The same Excel spreadsheet also name-drops the upcoming football game LEGO 2K Goooal!, which was already leaked by a Korean ratings board, and includes mention of a Bandai Namco game called Origination – a mysterious project Gematsu tells us was trademarked by the publisher as long ago as November 2021.

There’s no clue on the spreadsheet about a potential release date for The Borderlands Compilation, and there’s always the slight possibility that it’s simply a cataloguing error of some sort. If the collection does exist, though, it’s just possible it’ll still emerge before the long-in-production, seemingly troubled Borderlands movie does.

More news on this as we get it.

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