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Borderlands 2 Season Pass

2K Games announces a Season Pass program for Borderlands 2, which will allow gamers to secure four upcoming add-on campaigns for Gearbox Software's upcoming FPS/ARPG sequel for a one-time advance payment. They do not provide exact details on what the add-ons will offer, but say they will all be released by June 2013, and the season pass will reduce the cost of the four packs to around USD $30.00 instead of around $10.00 each. Season passes will go on sale when the game is released in North America on September 18th and internationally on September 21st.

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39. Re: Borderlands 2 Season Pass Aug 31, 2012, 03:44 Jerykk
 
Bhruic wrote on Aug 31, 2012, 00:11:
I'm sure people were thinking the same thing about Dragon Age 2. Being a sequel doesn't automatically mean good. And even if it is (which I hope), that doesn't indicate what they'll be putting into DLCs.

If people want to take the risk, by all means, go ahead, but it seems a bit foolish to jump into pre-buying undetailed DLC for a game that you haven't even played yet.

Who thought that DA2 was going to be good? The more information they released on the game, the more people got pissed off. The inability to customize your companions' gear, the dialogue wheels with VO, the inability to choose your character's race or origin, the cartoony visual style, the lack of story continuation from DAO, the more "visceral and action-packed" approach to combat, the obvious console lead SKU, the reduced camera mobility, the focus on a single locale, the short dev cycle... the signs were all there before the game was released. Borderlands 2, on the other hand, looks to be just more of what people liked about Borderlands. I haven't seen a single controversial design change.
 
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