Jim Raven and a team of modders have released a new version of their unofficial community patch for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. In case you weren’t aware of, this unofficial patch re-balances many aspect of the game in order to make weak guns, skills and other gears that you’d always toss, don’t pick up or don’t use a viable option. Not only that, but it also makes all gear farmable instead of world drop/grinder only.
The latest 2.2 version of the unofficial community patch features all of the previous changes like giving MoonStone Chest a chance at Legendaries, reducing The Random legendary drop from Chubbies from 60% to 30%, tuning down chubby spawnrates a tiny bit more, fixing an issue with FlameKnuckle Dropping the Pitchfork as he shouldn’t and forcing Pitchfork to cost 1 ammo per shot (instead of 2).
Those interested can download this unofficial community patch from here, and below you can find a video that explains how you can install it.
Unfortunately the team has not revealed the release notes for version 2.2 so we are certain what has been changed. However, we do know that this community patch comes with over 335 changes in total to re-balance the game.
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