Tiny Tina's Wonderlands publisher and co-developer Gearbox said the game has "shattered" expectations during a company meeting Wednesay, with new experiences in the series already in development.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands saw the titular character running a Dungeons and Dragons-style RPG, with players taking on the roles of characters in the campaign. It was set in the Borderlands universe, but expanded it into new genre and story territory.
"Gearbox Software achieved a major victory this past year with the launch of a new franchise, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands," Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford told parent company Embracer Group (via VGC). "Wonderlands shattered all of our target expectations, both critically and commercially, and I'm thrilled to report that in addition to great financial rewards from this victory that will be coming our way in the coming quarters, we established a firm beachhead.
"We now clearly have a new franchise on our hands, with future experiences already under development at Gearbox."
Exactly what those experiences could entail is unknown. They could be sequels, DLC beyond the game's season pass, or something else entirely.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands was co-developed by Lost Boys Interactive, which Gearbox acquired in June.