Handsome Jack’s found something ludicrously powerful within CL4P-TP’s mind. Never one to turn down more power, Handsome Jack digitizes the vault hunters and sends them into Claptrap’s mind.Read full description
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Handsome Jack’s found something ludicrously powerful within CL4P-TP’s mind. Never one to turn down more power, Handsome Jack digitizes the vault hunters and sends them into Claptrap’s mind. The goal is simple: find the mysterious “H-Source” code and get out of Claptrap’s consciousness without going insane. In the first full campaign add-on for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel , our anti-heroes will deal with Claptrap’s personal insecurities, malware, and digital representations of his crushing loneliness! As bonus content, this pack also includes Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2, which raises the level cap and gives your characters 10 new levels plus 10 new skill points to earn!
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This bit of DLC is similar to the Dragon Keep DLC in Borderlands 2 in that it changes up the landscape quite drastically. After doing quite a bit of Borderlands in samey areas with samey bosses, it's really nice to change things up with new enemy types and a really fun environment. The final boss is really, really annoying though and ruins the flow of an otherwise great campaign. If you don't like Claptrap you might get slightly annoyed, but in all honesty he is far less grating this time around, which was needed. Largely still depends on how much you like the characters this time around too, as a lot of them don't feel very well thought out like they were in BL2.
The long-awaited and long-awaited addition to the Pre-Sequel. Has it met our expectations? Let's see. What we are offering is a whole new story, a journey into Claptrap's insides. Finally, we can see for ourselves what is in the mind of a little funny robot, where the Handsome Jack sends us a piece of code called "H-Source". The problem is that the add-on does not long. And it certainly is shorter than such hits as "Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty" or "Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep." still is quite enjoyable.
Claptastic Voyage is as DLC for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel developed by 2K Games. In this DLC we explore the mind of the most iconic character of the series, CL4P-TP or ClapTrap, to find an artifact called the H-Source. The missions in this campaign are mostly exploring old locations but seen by Claptrap, so there are a lot of weird changes he made to them in his consciousness. The are some new enemies in this DLC but most of them are the same versions of Borderlands 2 enemies with different names, for example: B4nD1Ts. The new enemies are Viruses and glithes you encounter throughout ClapTrap's mind which is really cool. Claptastic Voyage also added a new weapon quality: Glitch weapons. These have about the same rarity as legendary weapons. Glitched weapons have a special error code that give them unique abilities. An example of an error code can look like this: O2L4M4A1. Each letter and number corresponds to a different bonus. For example L4 means Loop which gives the weapon increased rate of fire and gives a high chance not to consume ammo. The number next to the letter means how often the bonus is going to get selected. This DLC not only gives you the new awesome campaign and new weapons but 10 more levels which give you 10 more skillpoints to customize your skill tree. In the end this DLC, when not big, is the best DLC out of every single DLC for Borderlands.
Most of the borderlands DLC in the past had been not-so-disappointing including this one. CL4P-TP is one of the funniest robot characters in gaming. You just can't stop to like that little yellow robot. As the description of the game suggests "The goal is simple: find the mysterious “H-Source” code and get out of Claptrap’s consciousness without going insane" you are bound to find hilarious moments involving claptrap and practically a comedic style campaign. The extra levels and skill points are also a bonus. This DLC is just extra content and doesn't really serve much of a purpose other than giving you 10 extra levels ( you gotta earn the exp for them) as well as skill points as a result. I'd suggest getting it if you can because most of the Borderland dlc's are quite well done except for the fact it's the same old boring gameplay but the humor and well written dialogue makes up for it.
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