GamesBeat's Jeffrey Grubb writes: "If you're on the Borderlands 2 train, get out your cash or show your season pass to the conductor because the first downloadable content is almost here."
Har, har, har!
Me Salty Vessel!
Heh, can't wait.
Wow I was not expecting it to come out this soon. Time to push all other games aside and start playing again. Need to get ready and level up my mechromancer
I'll wait for the game of the year edition.
Ok, see you next year.
Already? It may sound odd to say this, but I'd kinda prefer that they space this stuff out a bit more.
I agree. Not even done with first campaign yet!
Neither! Game is incredibly huge and addictive.
Id prefer it all now considering your gonna get tired of the game eventually. I don't plan on making a new char for every little dlc they have.
it is odd becuase let say it was released tomorrow, you still dont have to play it. you are allowed to play it when you get to it and if you prefer to have space between releases, then just wait 2 months or so and you will have that space. but for those who finished a little faster, the sooner the better
I finished it I believe it was like...Monday on Maya with someone. I probably wouldn't have beaten it if I was to still play alone at the time as well haha. But now I'm running Gaige...FML haha.
Gonna get my level from 43 to 50 in 5 days then, so I can get some sweet guns.
already? my body (nor my assassin) was ready for this! also: http://forumjunk.0x1a4.com/...
Bah. Had to buy the season pass today. Was hoping I could put it off a little longer. Damn you, Gearbox!
This is how i would like the dlc to be: 1. mid october 1st dlc 2. mid december 2nd dlc 3. mid february 3rd dlc 4. mid april 4th dlc and maybe another class or two in between.
I may just wait for all of the DLC to come out and go on sale...Yeah, that may be a while, but those 50% off sales are killer. I am not even remotely close to being finished with my first playthrough.
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