Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2
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Requires Borderlands 2 (base game) to use this DLC
The Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2: Digistruct Peak Challenge adds 11 more levels of character growth, new legendary gear, and the challenging “Raid on Digistruct Peak” map offering even more high-level play. For players who want to get the most out of their Borderlands 2 experience, the first Ultimate Upgrade Pack and Ultimate Upgrade Pack 2 can be combined for a max level cap of 72 , even more legendary gear, and new over-leveled modes!
Good for end game players.GuardianOfSouls | Oct. 23, 2015 | See all GuardianOfSouls's reviews »
New loot and a few new fights for those that are into endgame runs and boss raids. If you simply enjoy playing through the main story and do not wish to run for loot on bosses over and over, this is not for you. It will not add anything special for you as getting to the new level cap is moot. You have already played all the content. This DLC is about upping the difficulty and getting new loot, not much else.
More Life For the Most Hardcorebwrussell | June 25, 2015 | See all bwrussell's reviews »
This is DLC for the absolute most hardcore, long-term, high-level Borderlands 2 players. If you are just getting into Borderlands 2 and looking into what DLC to buy I'll just start by saying 'Move on for now'. To make use of the level cap increase you re going to have to beat the game at least 3 times and probably closer to 4 or 5 while playing on the slowest, grindy-est difficulty. That being said if you're looking to invest even more hours into reaching the true level cap then this is the only way. Additionally the Raid on Digistruct Peak is intended for high-level, end-game play and will not be viable until you're well past the base games level cap. In summery, if Borderlands 2 is your constant, go-to game then this is the DLC for you, extending your favorite characters end-game life and adding a challenging high-level mission. If you're going to put less than a couple hundred hours into this game then don't waste your coin.
+11?Meistrikt | June 5, 2015 | See all Meistrikt's reviews »
The core game offers a levelcap of 50, then through DLCs you can reach lvl 72 ( and then another 8, but these will not yield skillpoints, this is called "overleveling"), giving you a whopping 68 skillpoints to spend! Unlock your characters true potential! Also, if you're only going to get one lvl cap increase, I sugget getting this one, as Digistruct Peak is a pretty nice place. Having said that, you might be wondering: hey, what's with that low rating then? Well, to be completely honest, I'd rather see this buisness practise of selling levelcaps gone. I hated it in the first Borderlands, and despised it in the second one. 50 levels just don't "feel" enough, when 80% of the points you spend are going to end up being something boring passive bonus... More gamechanger abilities OR higher inital level cap for future Borderlands titles!
Interesting DLCcrisman | April 5, 2014 | See all crisman's reviews »
This DLC is interesting but also strange: this DLC is meant to increase even more the difficult of the game for the highest difficult, by completing this challenge the game difficulty will increase further. and you can do it as much as you want (actually up to 8). Also, it will raise the level cap by 11.
MOAR!!!toasterflakes | Jan. 10, 2014 | See all toasterflakes's reviews »
i use to be a psycho that needed kills to survive but because of this now i regenerate so fast that i never die too. Now all my enemies fear and tremble even more upon my rampaging rage! warning: side effects may include spontaneously combustion your self on fire. overall