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2K Games plans to reveal a sequel to its Biggest Franchises at Summer Game Fest

2K Games is preparing for a major reveal next month, and it’s all going down at the Summer Game Fest. Mark your calendars for June 7 because that’s when the magic happens.

The official Summer Game Fest Twitter account dropped the bombshell, teasing a sequel to one of 2K’s “biggest and most beloved franchises.” Yeah, you heard that right.

If I am to think a few, big names come to mind. First up, Mafia 4. Remember when Hangar 13 confirmed in 2022 that they were working on a new Mafia game? They said it was “years” away, and guess what? It’s been a couple of them. Could we be seeing the next chapter in the Mafia saga? It’s a solid bet, considering the timeline.

What about BioShock? The last time we dipped into that mind-bending universe was with BioShock Infinite in 2013. In 2019, 2K announced that Cloud Chamber was working on a new BioShock game. It’s been a few years since that announcement, and this would be a perfect moment for them to pull back the curtain on what’s next for the series. Chills, right?

And then there’s Borderlands. Oh man, Borderlands 4 would be a slam dunk. The franchise has been a cash maker for 2K, and with a movie coming soon, it makes all the sense in the world to capitalize on the hype. Gearbox must be cooking up something, and a new game reveal would be the cherry on top.

Honestly, any of these games would be a massive win for fans. We don’t have to wait too long to find out, but you know how it goes – leaks are always possible. So, keep your eyes peeled and your ears to the ground.

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