It has been a wonderful 16 months in the wonderful, harsh world of Pandora for Borderlands 2. With a wealth of DLC already being given to us, we have grown in level, explored new places, met many people and killed many things. Sadly, it all must come to an end.
Gearbox Software has announced that their FINAL piece of DLC for Borderlands 2 will release April 15th for $2.99 and will be titled Sir Hammerlock vs The Son of Crawmerax. This DLC kidnaps Sir Hammerlock to an abandoned island resort and you must rescue him. 18 Months of DLC is really amazing.
The Slim PS Vita has officially announced to be coming to America this Spring. The Slim PS Vita is 20% slimmer, 15% lighter, trades the beautiful OLED screen for a 5″ HD LED screen, is WI-FI only, and has 1GB built-in memory.
If you think this is nice (or still need incentive) then here you go, it is being bundled together with the highly-anticipated Vita version of Borderlands 2, 6 DLC packs for BL2 and an 8GB memory card for the current price of $199.99. The 6 DLC packs included are: Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty, Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, Psycho Character Class, Mechromancer Character Class, Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 1 and the Collector’s Edition Pack.
While the PS Vita Slim has launched with several colors in Japan, there is only the black model coming over (hopefully more later on!) Also, finally, the Vita version of Borderlands 2 has a release time so we can download it separate if we already have a Vita and aren’t looking to upgrade to the Slim. No price on the Borderlands 2 price.
Polygon reports that 2K will not renew the MLB 2K license for 2014. Take-Two has erased MLB 2K from the internet. Not surprising as 2K13 was hated on for being basically a “roster update” from 2K12. The MLB 2K team will now work on the NBA 2K series.
Get ready to return to Rapture (before it was ruined.) The first story-related DLC for Bioshock Infinite is coming out November 12th. If you bought the season pass, you can just download it, but if you didn’t it will cost you $14.99. Burial at Sea Episode One sees Booker and Elizabeth exploring the city of Rapture the night before its fall and includes new weapons and a new Plasmid. I can’t wait to visit Rapture again as I love that place, too bad it isn’t real 😦