2K and Gearbox Software today announced that the Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition will be available on all platforms internationally on October 11, 2013. With the Borderlands 2 Season Pass now complete, this is the perfect opportunity to get all of its content as well as the base game, Premiere Club content, and more in one mayhem-filled package. In short, most gamers should hold their horses for such titles in order to get the complete experience at a lower price. Yeap, that’s DLC for you.
Randy Pitchford, President of Gearbox Software, said:
“For us and for fans, the love for Borderlands 2 has been nothing short of spectacular, so it’s natural for us here at Gearbox Software to want everyone else to have a chance to experience the best-selling game and its most valuable expansion content. The Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition offers more value than ever before in one package, giving everyone an opportunity to become a legendary Vault Hunter, and join in the award winning mayhem and fun.”
With the Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition, players can experience every epic boss battle, increase the level for each of the six playable Vault Hunters, play all of the additional campaign content, and enjoy hundreds of hours of shoot-and-loot mayhem at an extraordinary value.
Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition inclues:
-Borderlands 2 Main Game; -Captain Scarlett and her Pirate’s Booty; -Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage; -Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt; -Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep; -Creature Slaughter Dome; -Premiere Club Content: -Gaige, the Mechromancer Character Class; -Gearbox Gun Pack; -Golden Key; -Vault Hunter’s Relic; -Krieg, the Psycho Character Class; -Collector’s Edition Heads and Skins; -Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1.
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