Tiny Tina's Wonderlands new feature

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands releases in March 2022, gets first gameplay trailer

2K and Gearbox Entertainment today debuted an all-new trailer for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, a new fantasy-fueled take on the looter shooter genre. The trailer features fans’ first glimpse of gameplay, revealing brand new mechanics like spellcasting, character creation, and the tabletop-inspired Overworld. The trailer also showcases the all-star celebrity cast for the very first time.

In addition, 2K and Gearbox announced that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will launch on March 25, 2022. The PC version will be available on both Steam and Epic Games Store.

In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, players will embark on an epic adventure full of whimsy, wonder, and high-powered weaponry. As today’s trailer showed:

  • Tiny Tina is your disorderly guide through an extraordinary fantasy realm where rules rarely apply. Explore majestic cities, dank mushroom forests, foreboding fortresses, and more, all of which are connected by a vast Overworld;
  • Create your own hero with an expansive multiclass system that lets you mix and match six unique character skill trees, all with their own awesome abilities. Level up, refine your build, expand your arsenal, and become the ultimate Fatemaker;
  • Defeat evil with devastating spells, powerful guns, and unique Action Skills in frenetic first-person battles. Use your firepower to vanquish legions of enemies, including smack-talking skeletons, land-roaming sharks, and colossal bosses;
  • Enjoy the story solo or start a party with up to three friends in seamless online multiplayer or local split-screen. Share the spoils or rush to get the shiniest loot.

Enjoy!

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands - PlayStation Showcase 2021: Gameplay Reveal Trailer | PS5, PS4

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