The Art of Borderlands 3 is a lovely hardback art book from Gearbox Software’s popular and madcap shooter.
Published in the UK by Titan Books, the collection of stunning illustrations is available to buy from October 29th and Amazon lists the recommended retail price at £35.
Writer Chris Allcock worked with Gearbox’s art director Scott Kester as well as the greater Borderlands team to compile sketches, final illustrations, characters, scenes and equipment into a handy reference manual. Whether you’re a fan of the series and want to soak up every bit of information, or you’re designing a cosplay and looking for reference material, or just a fan of great art, you’ll find someone in here.
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