New Borderlands DLC confirmed

Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot: "like Smash TV in coop FPS, but in the Borderlands"

Gearbox has today confirmed the second DLC pack for Borderlands in the shape of Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot. The new pack will be available on December 29 for 800 Microsoft points on Xbox Live, or $9.99 on the PlayStation Network. The pack will also be available for the PC, but no specific details have been released yet.

According to the official release on the subject;

Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot is an intense single-player or cooperative experience that expands the mayhem by adding three new Riot Mode arenas where players will endure an onslaught of Pandora's baddest enemies. Working together, players will fend off the masses as they fight for fame, honor, and more importantly, loot. Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot also adds a new bank feature, which allows players extra storage capacity for when they encounter one of the more than 16 million weapons that Borderlands has to offer; and the ability to acquire two additional skill points as quest rewards, making their characters even more powerful than before.

Riot mode, according to Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, is "like Smash TV in coop FPS, but in the Borderlands". Sounds good to us.

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John Davison

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2 Comments

Beauthesius

1

The last DlC for borderlands was fantastic! I hope they keep up the quality. I also found the end of Zombie Island was better than the original games ending.

http://www.diegansquared.com/

Anonymous

2

DLC 2

Man this is going to be epic!! I can't wait till this comes out. Time to get the guys together and do some hurt to the baddies of Pandora

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