Borderlands, Assassin’s Creed Coming To Minecraft’s Next Xbox 360 Skin Pack

Borderlands, Assassin’s Creed Coming To Minecraft’s Next Xbox 360 Skin Pack

Minecraft Xbox 360 Editionis pouring on the fan service with this week’s release of Skin Pack 4 — providing delightfully low-res interpretations of Claptrap from Borderlands, Klei’s Mark of the Ninja and The Behemoth’s Castle Crashers, plus a whole lot more.

Images of all 28 skins can be seen at this link. Here’s what you’ll get for 160 Microsoft Points:

• Brick, Mordecai, Lillith and Claptrap from the original Borderlands.
• Altäir, Ezio and Connor from Assassin’s Creed.
• Four Dragon Age-inspired skins.
• Cole Train and Marcus Fenix from Gears of War.
• Red and Blue Spartans from Halo.
• The ninja from Klei’s Mark of the Ninja.
• Two of the warriors from The Behemoth’s Castle Crashers.
• Two skins from Charlie Murder by Ska Studios.
• What appear to be Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride skins, courtesy of Halfbrick.
• And six generic animals.

Skin Pack 4 arrives on Thursday.

Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Skin Pack 4 is Coming…Wednesday, March 13th! [PlayXBLA]


  • I take it with Minecraft on XBLA you can’t just log into and change your skin and have what you like, like you can with the PC version?

    • Unfortunately not, otherwise I’d be rocking my custom adventurer skin rather than the crazy hobo I’ve currently got running around rummaging through other peoples stuff while they’re out adventuring.

      • Lame =/

        Can’t have anything good in this version of Minecraft, no mods, no servers(?), no texture packs, no custom skins, and isn’t it only local multiplayer?

  • I really don’t see why they don’t just implement a skin creation system.
    It wouldn’t even be difficult to create.

    • Microsoft would lose out on the money they make on these skin packs.

      In addition there is likely to be licensing and copyright issues involved with this version of Minecraft. Even if it was exactly the same as the PC version, this version is different and has been sold to Microsoft in a different way than the PC version

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