Borderlands 2 Already 25% Off At Get Games And Compatible With Steam
With less than a week to go before the game goes live for home consoles and PC, some places already have promotions in place to help you part ways with your money faster than Rod Blagojevich could take illegal bribes to maintain office. The latest deal for Borderlands 2 is a pre-order discount from Get Games for 25% off and a Steam compatible purchase code.
For those of you who are wary of diving head-first into a $60 purchase for a video game. Skip this news item and wait for legit reviews (and not ones that surface close to a month before the game is out). If you don't mind spending money on products you only know enough about due to over-promotion and incessant website advertising (a little like this one) then this deal from Get Games is perfect for you.
The website is offering Gearbox Software's upcoming Borderlands 2 for 25% off the $59.99 price tag, bringing the total purchase down to $44.99. Sick, eh?
The keycode from the purchase is provided by a Steam unlock code, so it'll require a Steam account and will auto-add to your library of games, which sort of makes the deal even sweeter yet, considering that right now (as of the publishing of this article) Borderlands 2 is available on Steam for the pre-order price of $59.99.
The game itself is the follow-up to the 2009 outing from Gearbox Software and 2K Games, Borderlands. The hook for the game is the random loot-and-shoot mechanics as well as the heavy reliance on a randomized gun manufacturer matrix so no two weapons are identical to one another. The second game introduces much deeper character customization, including hundreds of new skins for each of the characters, a new Mechromancer character class, new skills, new environments to explore and most importantly brand spanking new devastating weapons.
If you want to pre-purchase the game for the 25% off bonus feel free to visit the Borderlands 2 page on Get Games.
Borderlands 2 is set for release on September 18th next week for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC in North America, and September 21st internationally.
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