About Borderlands 2
Hungry for more, Vault Hunters? You won't have to wait long – The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler, the second Headhunter add-on for Borderlands 2, will be available beginning November 26th for just USD $2.99 / GBP £2.39 / EUR 2,99 € on PC and Mac via Steam, Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation 3* via PlayStation Network!
Seasonal festivities are one of the major inspirations behind the Headhunter series. In the second Headhunter add-on, Mr. Torgue hosts a hunger-themed competition to hunt down a giant turkey, the Wattle Gobbler, and selects sacrificial recruits from all of the districts of Pandora to participate! READ MORE...
A new update for Borderlands 2 is scheduled to roll out on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in the coming days, adding support for next Tuesday's release of the second Headhunter add-on (The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler) and several bug fixes, including some previously available as Hot Fixes.
Details on this update can be found at the links below.
In addition, Xbox 360 owners can expect to be prompted to download a new Compatibility Pack in the coming days.
Further updates for all platforms are in the works as well -- we'll be sharing more details on those as they're finalized. For help and support with Borderlands 2, visit support.2k.com or support.gearboxsoftware.com
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Hello again. Paul Hellquist here, creative Director on Borderlands 2. Today I want to talk about a topic that I’m sure most gamers never really think about but game developers think about an inordinate amount of time: names. I’m talking about the names of characters, places, enemies, even the games themselves.
In the 14 years I’ve been making games I’ve been involved in coming up with names for a lot of things. I thought gamers might find it interesting that almost every name in a game usually goes through a lot of discussion with the most controversial things to name obviously being main characters and the games themselves. I’ve also seen an interesting pattern develop on how the process goes for naming things. READ MORE...
While we wait on Claptrap to tally up all the Loot Hunt entries -- a process that involves counting and categorizing a truly staggering mountain of alternate entry post cards, intermingled with an indeterminate amount of napping and server integration -- now seemed like a good time to pass along a bonus surprise for all those enemies you've eliminated as of late...
Special fantasy-themed character skins are now available* for players of the Borderlands 2 add-on campaign Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep!
Look for these customizations to appear in Dice Chests in-game or click on the images image above for a SHiFT code to unlock the skin for that character immediately. Don't forget the accompanying head!
For help and assistance with SHiFT, visit support.gearboxsoftware.com
*Requires active internet connection and Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep add-on for Borderlands 2. For more details on SHiFT and Hot Fixes, visit support.gearboxsoftware.com
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Released: September 18, 2012
Publisher: 2K Games
Genre: First Person Role Playing Shooter
Available On: PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3