The lights are on
As the title implies, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel explores the area between the first two games in the series; taking players to Elpis, Pandora's moon. Here, even the laws of low gravity can't prevent you from having a good time.
The developers at 2K Australia use the moon's low gravity to their advantage, suiting the title's gameplay to floaty jumps. The game also introduces new weapons like a laser weapon and cryo gun, which can be seen in the second part of the game's four-part making of series.
Click here for the first video in this series. Also check out our latest character deep dive on Nisha.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is out on October 14 for the Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3.
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Man I'm so excited for this. I really hope 2K Australia can make a borderlands game on par with Borderlands 2 and maybe better. I'm just excited for this.
I LOVED BL2! I wish I could figure out why I can't get excited for this...
I can't wait to play this on PC. I have to try to pre-order this before this month ends though. So many great games releasing, and not enough money for them all. The bright side is, my backlog won't be as bad this year, as it was last year.
This game and Destiny have much more in common than what it looks...
I can't freaking wait for more Borderlands!! AHHHH!! Looks awesome though.