Tiny Tina will be returning to Borderlands 3, with her dubbing actress, Ashly Burch, as confirmed by Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford.
Geary CEO Randy Pitchford confirmed on his Official Twitter Tiny Tina will come back to the next edition Borderlands 3. Even better, it will be again expressed by Ashly Burch. It was in response to a fan's request, while they wondered if the dubber would repeat his role.
Yes she came back.
– Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) April 12, 2019
This revelation comes on the heels of the controversial news that Troy Baker will not make Rhys Borderlands 3. Pitchford confirmed this when asked, claiming that the audio director had told him that Baker had refused the role.
Tiny Tina was introduced for the first time as NPC Borderlands 2 and the latter played in the fourth DLC Tina's little aggression on the dragon dungeon. She also makes an appearance in Borderlands: The pre-suite in which she makes the conversation with Athena. Ashly Burch (her current and current voice) went from Tiny Tina to make Chloe Price's voice heard in Life is strange series, Aloy in Horizon Zero Dawnand nebula Guardians of the galaxy: The Telltale series.
In recent news, Borderlands 3 will support the multiplatform cooperation game according to the Xbox One store list, although 2K Games has neither confirmed nor denied it in its official statement: "Cross-play is something that we look at carefully, but we do not want to do it. have nothing to confirm or announce at this time. "
As for even more bizarre – but exciting – news, a rumor comes directly from Tracy Marrow (aka Ice-T) himself that he could express his own character in the game. He has quite his training in video game interpretation. It is possible that he was chosen for a role. Borderlands Twitter did not exactly deny his request either.
Borderlands 3 will be released worldwide on September 13 on PS4, Xbox One and Epic Games Store on PC.
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