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Since October 11, Gearbox has been giving players a chance each week to earn a variety of prizes during a $100,000 Loot Hunt. Here is a quick stats breakdown showing what players have been doing all this time.
During Borderland 2's Loot Hunt, over 516,812,670 enemies were killed, 28,651,011 guns were looted, and a gamer named Christopher Kuehne took home the top prize of $50,000. To learn more and see the full winner list, check out 2K’s blog. Also check out the infographic below for more stats on the contest.
Our TakeI'm impressed that Borderlands 2 has such a strong community; it's likely because 2K and Gearbox have continued to release DLC and run programs like this that the game has such a fervent following. I wish more developers were able to support their titles after launch like this.
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