Borderlands – New Update Completely Removes SecuRom DRM

Well, as the saying goes, better late than never. Gearbox and 2K Games have released a new update for Borderlands that removes the annoying SecuRom DRM that plagued that game. Not only that, but Gearbox has imported SecuRom DLC keys into Steam, meaning that you can activate your DLC if you it outside of Steam.

As always, this update will be auto-downloaded next time you start the Steam client.

Here is the complete changelog:

– Removed SecuRom from the title and all DLC
– Added a “Granting Tool” In the steam “Tools” section that turns a retail disc into a Steam version of Borderlands
– “News Ticker” added to the main menu to give you updates on the Multiplayer restoration updates.
– Imported SecuRom DLC keys into Steam, so if you bought DLC outside of Steam, activate it within Steam and get your matching content.

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