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Post by Eorl @ 10:08am 01/09/14 | 2 Comments
Borderlands is no stranger to DLC packs, so the news that 2K Australia's Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will be gaining four of these add-on packs shouldn't come as surprise to anyone.

The DLC will release on unspecified dates following the game's release, each priced at the $10 USD mark ($15 AUD going by past pricing) –– alternatively, players can purchase the season pass, which includes all four packs, for $30 USD (expect $35-$40 AUD). The add-on packs will showcase new characters and missions, 2K said in a press release, including the chance to play a surgically modified bodyguard that looks like Handsome Jack, the uber-enemy of Borderlands 2.

Although no other information was given regarding the content of each pack, 2K did announce the Shock Drop Slaughter Pit bonus content, which comes with any pre-orders of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. This content will not be included with the season pass, but will be for sale at a later date.

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is due for release on October 17th for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.



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BladeRunner
Posted 08:56pm 01/9/14
Im sick of their DLC add-on s*** but I will get the game when it comes out. Ill buy a copy for my brother too so we can co-op.
Enska
Posted 09:06pm 02/9/14
cbf with this game. it just looks like extra bl2 with low grav mode turned on. so uninteresting.

not to mention the fact that gearbox seem to only give a f*** about Borderlands and no other franchise/ip they have under them. imo I'd rather play Too Human than buy another GB game.
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