A quick look into Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is now knocking at the door, and Gearbox Software plans on bringing fans the “diverse and culturally entertaining universe they adore.” From the first day, the Borderlands team always managed to create captivating characters to blend perfectly in the world of this action-figure fantasy game. Willhelm, Claptrap, Nisha, and Athena are battling in a cool and different story mode. Developers say you will get your money’s worth after playing Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, and assure fans of the series that although this is not the next-gen Borderlands, they will still experience the same genuine spirit of the game.
Gearbox producers are making the most of this pre-sequel by introducing the fans with old characters in the game, and adding a little story twist. So you might see a villain transforming into a hero at a snap of your fingers. The latest making-of video Gearbox shared, revolves around those four playable characters and what makes them so special. Starting with Nisha – the trigger happy and most evil character in the game; Wilhelm – the high-end robot fitted with drones which serve both for offensive and defensive purposes; and ending with Claptrap – the nutty, goofy robot. As the Gearbox crew shows in their short presentation video, each character will be very interesting to play with, coolness and fun being two keywords when playing the pre-sequel.
At the first glance, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel introduces new and interesting features for each player when engaged in combat. Also, the moon setting option in the game creates a whole new and funny gaming experience disregarding the fact that the game is not next-gen. For those of you who are interested, you can follow on Youtube the previous 2 videos developers have posted, highlighting the beginnings of the pre-sequel and the new lunar setting. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will be released on October 14th and will be available on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Happy hunting!
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