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Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunters Upgrade Pack 1&2 Bundle





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Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunters Upgrade Pack 1&2 Bundle





This bundle includes Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunters Upgrade Pack 1 & 2!

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This bundle includes Borderlands 2: Ultimate Vault Hunters Upgrade Pack 1 & 2 !

Take Borderlands 2 to the next level. The Ultimate Vault Hunter’s Upgrade lets you get the most out of the Borderlands 2 experience.

Ultimate Vault Hunter’s Upgrade Pack 1 includes:

  • Level increases up to level 61
  • Play through the game again with access to new weapons, gear and more.

The Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2 includes:

  • Digistruct Peak Challenge adds 11 more levels of character growth

  • New legendary gear

  • “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!

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2K Games
Gearbox Software
RPGs, Shooter
February 2014
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Digital PC Download
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Borderlands 2 is required to play this DLC.

Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP SP3
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz Dual Core Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB XP, 2 GB Vista
  • Hard Drive: 13 Gb free
  • Video Memory: 256 MB
  • Video Card: nVidia GeForce 8500 / ATI Radeon HD 2600
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
Recommended Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP SP3/Vista/Win 7
  • Processor: 2.3 GHz Quad Core Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB
  • Hard Drive: 20 Gb free
  • Video Memory: 512 MB
  • Video Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 560 / ATI Radeon HD 5850
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible


Initial installation requires one-time internet connection for Steam authentication software installations required (included with the game) include Steam Client, DirectX 9, Microsoft .NET 4 Framework, Visual C++ Redistributable 2005, Visual C++ Redistributable 2008, Visual C++ Redistributable 2010, and AMD CPU Drivers (XP Only/AMD Only)


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Great for gameplay

If you like the concept of Borderlands and you fell in love with your characters, then don't hesitate to get this DLC. It adds 11 more levels; that means eleven more skill points to be invested in new skills. And because you need some challenge for your new badass level 61 character, try the story on highest difficulty ever - Ultimate vault hunter mode! It really is a challenge but rewarding you with better loot and bigger legendary items drop rates. However if you enjoyed Borderlands 2 characters enough to level only to 50 and you find playing the story for the third time boring, then this pack will disappoint you.

Almost unfair...

..to the enemies I mean. With this pack, you can become so overpowered, that it's a small wonder no one outright bolts when they see you. The two-pack lets you get to a ridiculously high level but.... Well, if you like Borderlands two, you should buy the season pass instead. It has this included, and so much more, at a way better price. Come on, check it out, they even sell it here!

Very good

The first thing to clarify is that Tales from the Borderlands series is connected to the main plot and just world, the gameplay here is completely different. If you liked Borderlands 1-2 is its gameplay, and previous games Telltale you call precisely "Kintz", you should just ignore TftB,so you do not complain that "the game sucks, grafon curve abused series." Those who like the Borderlands series of his universe, and is not related to the Telltale Games is too biased, this game is worth paying attention to. In TftB developers not only have fulfilled the basic program for the fans,continuing the story is already familiar from previous games of the series characters and adding a bunch of easter eggs, but even surpassed themselves by making the story interesting, even for those who have never played in the Borderlands. The plot is constantly throws the characters in the most unexpected situations, intelligently creating suspense at the end of each episode.Themselves as heroes were very charismatic and live in a no-through TftB characters, each of you met the person (or persons) worked out to the smallest detail and has its own unique character. In my opinion, Telltale was the first to do so dynamic and interesting history, which never slack -even in The Wolf Among Us was not the most successful moments (especially in the second episode), who felt optional fillers. TftB in every episode there is something unexpected and important to the plot, locations change with amazing speed for Telltale, the game continues to surprise until the very end. By the way, finals went well, just epicSo cool its Telltale series is not yet completed. Separately, I want to praise humor (sometimes quite black), without which it would not come out TftB so beautiful. Let The Walking Dead and TWA were excellent, I was a fan of old works Telltale, namely Sam & Max and Tales of Monkey Island, is still of the opinion,that serious drama they go not so successful as humorous stories. In TftB a lot of really funny moments that are sure to inspire you at least smile. What pleases particular, is the fact that humor albeit sometimes openly chernushny, but Telltale never descend to poshlyatiny,that in recent years a great rarity. As for the gameplay, then there were no revelations - it is a typical tellteylovsky quest in which, with rare exceptions, you are required only time to press the right keys and select the line in the dialogues. However, what is surprising, in spite of this primitive gameplay,for their 10 hours with little TftB beats by emotions far better than many published this year AAA-sandbox action on 100+ hours. At the end you will experience a variety of feelings of incomprehension and sadness to joy and emotion. Telltale able to do so, that become attached to the characters, following their adventures with such interest,because you are not indifferent to their fate. For this game, I personally did not want to complain. Yes, at times the animation is too clumsy, freedom of choice still would like a bit more. But the only serious problem that I can not forgive her - too long pauses between the release of episodes. I bought TftB in the last November,when he left the first episode, and following a series of absurd to wait 4 (!) months. Telltale need something to do with their speed, pauses can be forgiven when they were in one month, as once out Sam & Max, but not 3-4 months for a two-hour episode. It is understood that in each episode you get to new locations,TftB completely absent in backtracking, for which developers thanks. However, the more I will not buy a new TV series and all other Telltale episodic games, has not yet come all the episodes. Well, maybe except for the new season of Sam & Max and Tales from the Borderlands. Dreaming is not bad.Brief Summary: The best comic quest in recent years. An exciting, self-contained story that will be interesting even to those who have not played the previous games Borderlands series. In my opinion, the best currently Telltale game and one of the best games of the year.

Must I? YES!

One of the greatest tales of all time, taken to level 71? And the likes of OP Levels? Must buy DLC for all hardcore Borderland 2 fans, like myself. Increases the fun and the want to scavenge 10 folds. - More levels - Better guns - OP8 (LEGENDARY WEAPONS of Higher CLASS?) - OP8 Bee SHIELD? (The best shield in the game!) Must buy DLC, seriously

No reason to get this whatsoever

I'm not exactly sure who's the target audience for this particular DLC. Let's approach this from a "customer" point of view, alright? "Level with me" (apologies for such a cheap pun), as I go through the possibilities here: Let's say, you don't have Borderlands 2, but would like to buy the game for some reason. You can choose between getting the default game or the GOTY edition ( which you totally should ). The GOTY has both of these levelcaps, so if went with that option, you're NOT going to buy this pack. If you bought the default game, you've played around with it a little, and now have an opinion about it. If that opinion is negative, you're not going to buy anything related to the game, so you're NOT going to buy this pack. If that opinion was positive, you may start to look around for additional content to purchase, and all signs will point towards buying the Season Pass. Now, purchasing the Season Pass means you'll get one of the "Vault Hunter Upgrade Packs" (the first one, to be precise), which means you're NOT going to buy this pack, because you'd be paying for something you already own, twice! So now we've concluded, that purchasing this pack is not beneficial for anyone, and that it is, in fact, a "noobtrap". Get the most out of your wallet and stay away from this as much as possible!

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