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It should come as no surprise to Borderlands fans that 2K Games has announced a season pass for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, collecting together four packs of post-launch content at a discounted price.
The Borderlands series has always been pretty manageable when it comes to running the titles on lower-end PCs, so unlike some of the more machine-killing titles slated for release this fall, we've always been pretty confident that Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel shouldn't have us crying over underpowered hardware too much.
Publisher 2K games has released some behind-the-scenes dev footage of upcoming first-person shooter Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
2K Games has released a huge new 15-minute video walkthrough for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, with Gearbox’s James Lopez and 2K Australia’s Joel Eschler providing audio commentary for the lunar antics.
If anyone was going to release a dance mash-up themed launch trailer that made absolutely no sense whatsoever and juxtaposed synchronised choreography with low gravity and explosions, we’d expect it to be the team behind the always-eccentric Borderlands series.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel felt like the pre-sequel that never needed to happen, but the more we lay our eyes on it the more we seemingly want its lunar-looting antics.
Confirming what we brought to you earlier this week, 2K Games has now officially announced development of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.
A new Borderlands game is reportedly in development at 2K Australia. The Borderlands ‘pre-sequel’ is supposedly set on the moon and is intended to bridge the gap between Borderlands and Borderlands 2.