Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is now available for free in the Microsoft Store. It's a gift from Microsoft!
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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's mean, green barfing machine of a secret boss thinks it's so tough. It can nearly one-shot players lower level than it is. One player, however, figured out how to one-shot it right back.
It's not just a Destiny thing anymore.
Continuing in the Borderlands series' grand tradition of making sly winks at everything from Minecraft to Game of Thrones to a whole lot of internet memes, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is littered with secrets and references -- some especially elaborate. Here are all the ones we know of so far.
Remember that Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel gun nobody could figure out how to use? Yeah, well somebody figured out how to use it. That didn't take long.
Borderlands is an island. In its centre, there's a breezy mix of ridiculous firefights and even nuttier guns. Surrounding it, however, is an ocean of tedium -- little inconveniences that have plagued the series since its inception. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel does only the bare minimum of work to fix that.
Briefly: You can now play with the skill trees of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Perfect if you'd like to plan out in advance what you'll do on your first playthrough. Wilhelm's drones look like a combination of Axton's turret and Gaige's Deathtrap, both of which I loved in BL2, so I'll probably go with him. What about you?
I got a chance to play a bit of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel last week -- and you can see some highlights of the mission I played in the video above, if you'd like.
2K Games has released an all-new gameplay trailer for its upcoming FPS-RPG, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. The trailer has it all: new vehicles, new monsters, low gravity, and even a big moon dance number 'cause hey, why not. It's fun!