Borderlands 2 Summary
*snigger* Butt Stallion...
Borderlands 2 has been made available for SteamOS, and Valve that spin-off Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will be released alongside it when it launches on October 14.
SteamOS is Valve's new Linux-based operating system. Though it's mainly intended for the launch of next year's Steam Machines, the Beta version ison any PC right now.
Borderlands 2 on Steam this weekend, and it's been drastically reduced in price if the game's brand of wacky co-op violence is your cup of tea.
The free weekend ends at 1pm PDT, but the game remains at 75% off until Monday August 25. Every bit of Borderlands 2 DLC is also on sale, including all mission packs and skins.
Gearbox might be focusing on Battleborn right now, but that doesn't mean the studio has forgotten about the heavy-hitting Borderlands franchise.
Speaking "asteroids" hitting Earth would stop them making a third game in the co-op shooter franchise. Does he know something we don't?, executive producer Sean Reardon said only
2K Games provided Borderlands 2 assets to animation students at the The Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Here are the short films that they came up with, as well as a documentary following students hoping to make their way in the games industry.
Expect bandit mimes, Franken-Claptraps and advanced robot interrogation techniques.
Gearbox Software boss Randy Pitchford has said Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel isn't as big as Borderlands 2, which receives its final DLC today. However it is "as big, or a little bigger" than the original, he believes.
It's floating somewhere between the two, where much of the game is focused on the moon orbiting Pandora, the world where Borderlands has been set in both games.