Borderlands 2 Season Pass (NA)
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This DLC requires the Borderlands 2 base game to play.
Can’t get enough Borderlands? The Borderlands 2 Season Pass is packed full of adventure, featuring new campaigns, new locations, new enemies and a level cap increase. Fight pirates and discover new treasure alongside Captain Scarlett, become champion in Mr. Torgue’s epic arena, and track down new monsters in Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt. Unlock more skills and levels with the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack. Buy the season pass and get all four campaign add-ons plus the level cap for the price of three add-on campaigns -- a 33% savings. All Season Pass content will be available by June 2013.
So much content, best way to get it.Richfields | Oct. 30, 2013 | See all Richfields's reviews »
Great value here, way cheaper then buying it individually, plus it is a lot easier too since its all together. For fans of this franchise, this is a no brainer. I bought this and never regretted it. Some of the DLC's are a bit shorter than others,but that didn't reduce the fun and loot hunt. I felt that the Tiny Tina's DLC was the best, I laughed many times throughout this DLC, but the others still had value and challenge, especially at the higher levels. Those damn witch doctors in the big game hunt drove me nuts, but loved every minute of it
The Adventure Never Ends on PandoraCrimsonWizard | Sept. 17, 2013 | See all CrimsonWizard's reviews »
For those who loved the basic Borderlands 2 game, whether with friends or on your own, will be happy to know that Gearbox has been giving loads of love and support to the game. Nearly all of it has been neatly tucked into this fantastic collection of DLC, offering four whole new areas and story lines to plunder and fight through. Plus, thanks to the included Ultimate Vault Hunter mode DLC, all that experience won't go to waste as you can now work your way from Level 50 to Level 61. If you need more convincing, here's a quick rundown of the included DLCs.
Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage: Introducing the dynamic and literally explosive Mr. Torgue, you get to fight through various arenas, death races, and bar brawls to prove your manliness and to get a truckload of loot. Of note, this is one of the few places you can actually buy Legendary weapons in some manner, and while the environments don't have the best variety, you get lots of laughs thanks to Mr. Torgue's encouragement and insane tactics.
Captain Scarlet and her Pirate's Booty: Starring the shamelessly treacherous and greedy Captain Scarlet, she's not quite as funny as the last headliner, but her campaign offers a bit more variety in environments and lots of new weapons to keep things interesting. If you like pirate adventures, this DLC does a decent job at poking fun at the genre while giving you some good times adventuring.
Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt: When a Hyperion ship full of loot crash lands in the swamp, ol' Sir Hammerlock invites you to hunt for that and whatever beasties his quests demands. While Hammerlock is a bit funnier than Scarlet and there's the novelty of running through a vaguely Johnny Quest styled jungle and wilds, it's also missing that certain something to make it even better. Still, the even greater environment variety is appreciated and this DLC takes the gloves off in terms of difficulty if you though the last two bonus areas were a bit easier.
Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep: In my opinion, this is the crown jewel of the DLC set. Starring the Borderlands 1 characters playing as the Borderlands 2 classes in Tiny Tina's new board game, you get to play through a twisted version of a formerly typical fantasy world. On the fly Dungeon Master tweaks, ridiculous and fun quests, and funny character interaction between Tina, her players, and the NPCs make this entertaining to play through. The heavy variety in enemy types, environments, and quests help a lot too. You can tell that as much as Gearbox pokes fun at the fantasy genre, they also show a lot of love to it as well, while putting their own spin on the classic sword and sorcery tropes. I truly had a great time with this DLC.
Here's the short version for those still here: For the price you spend, you're getting enough content to make nearly another whole Borderlands game added on to Borderlands 2 and with new raid bosses, loot, and extra level ups you can earn, you'll have every excuse to march yourself and your friends into more Pandora adventures. Try the Season Pass, you'll love it.
If you like BL2.....Knctrnl1 | Sept. 16, 2013 | See all Knctrnl1's reviews »
It is a must have and great content for the most part. Lots of new editions. A free bonus max level increase. And of course new weapons. I have not regretted any of my BL2 purchases and that includes this. Even better if you can find on sale. The season pass adds so much good content everyone who has BL2 should own it.
Great Content for Reasonable PriceHighlander9782 | Sept. 8, 2013 | See all Highlander9782's reviews »
This season pass is a must if you own the game already, all the DLC included adds much more to the story and items such as new weapons. The extra missions are fun to play and keep the funny spirit of the game.
Stellar Valuemrredundant | Aug. 21, 2013 | See all mrredundant's reviews »
Well here we have Borderlands 2's first Season pass (the second season is almost upon us) and the last piece of DLC which is considered part of this pass has been released now.
the base game of borderlands 2 already offers you countless hours of enjoyment, but there's something to be said for higher level caps, more weapon combinations and the hilarity that is the Tiny Tina DLC pack....
definitely a must buy if you own and love Borderlands 2!