If you haven't bought Borderlands 2 yet, you may soon be able to buy an all-in-one bundle of the co-op shooter. A new report suggests that Gearbox Software is preparing to release a Game of the Year edition with all of its downloadable content.
It was a big morning for game announcements at the Sony Gamescom press conference, featuring brand new games like Resogun and Velocity 2X, a new look at previously announced offerings, like Watch_Dogs and Infamous: Second Son, and even a few surprises, like the fact that Borderlands 2 is coming to Vita.
Additional DLC for Borderlands 2 has been announced... two separate packs, in fact. The upcoming expansions will revisit a character from the first Borderlands who died and turned into a zombie, T.K. Baha, and the second bit of DLC will be the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2: Digistruct Peak.
Everyone's favorite lawsuit-ridden game developer has some big things popping and some little things dropping for both the current and next generation of gaming. The president of Gearbox, Randy Pitchford, let loose a few hints about the studio's plans for the future.
Gearbox Software isn't done with Borderlands 2 just yet. During the latest Nerdist podcast, Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford said that they're planning to produce additional DLC for the game.
Borderlands 2 has received a flood of new customization options. Players have nine new customization sets, each containing a new head and costume, for the co-op shooter. Four are for the new character Krieg the Psycho, while the older characters have received one set apiece.
If you’re in the market for some gaming on the cheap, then you might want to check out the Xbox Live Ultimate Game Sale, beginning today and offering brand new discounts every day through July 8. If today’s first crop of titles can serve as any indication, your digital backlog might be getting a whole lot bigger over the course of the next week.
This week will bring a new Borderlands 2 downloadable content pack called "Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep." The first five minutes of gameplay footage have been released by Gearbox to get you ready for launch.
Gearbox recently added a new playable character to Borderlands 2 named Krieg. A new story trailer from the company provides a formal introduction to this homocidal chap.
Borderlands 2's next DLC is the Dungeons and Dragons-themed adventure "Tiny Tina's Assault On Dragon Keep." New assets from Gearbox provide an extensive look at this medieval fantasy journey.
Gearbox Software has released the first screenshots for "Tiny Tina's Assault On Dragon Keep," the fourth story-related DLC pack for Borderlands 2. The images take us to a shadowy town brimming with undead.
Krieg the Psycho, the next playable character for Borderlands 2, will be available tomorrow so Gearbox has released a trailer to celebrate. As his title indicates, Krieg's not the stealthy, thoughtful type.
Curious to see Krieg the Psycho Bandit from Borderlands 2 in action? Well, the upcoming DLC character that is not part of the season pass. The 17 minute gameplay commentary video covers just about every skill available for Krieg.
The next Borderlands 2 downloadable content may be Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep. The possible DLC was outed with a photo by Gearbox Software writer Anthony Burch.
In games like DLC Quest they make fun of the notion that gamers have to pay for extra missions, side-quests, sounds, menu items, special abilities and even “cut content”. In real life, we still have to pay for those things. In the case of Borderlands 2, if you want to keep enjoying the game at a higher level beyond 50, you better be willing to part ways with your hard earned money.