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Borderlands 2: GOTY buried in Steam database
Posted: 05.07.2013 14:22 by Simon Priest Comments: 3
The expected Game of the Year edition for Borderlands 2 is on its way as Steam now counts in among its database entries. Naturally this will compact every little DLC released by Gearbox into one super package.

The original Borderlands was GOTY material so it certainly stands to reason Borderlands 2 is. No official confirmation exists for the Steam entry, but it seems almost certain.

That would mean the original game is bundled with eight major add-on packages, which include all new areas, enemies, loot, Vault Hunters and more badassitude.

Borderlands 2: GOTY would include:

Captain Scarlet’s And Her Pirate’s Booty
Mister Torgue’s Campaign Of Carnage
Sir Hammerlock’s Big Game Hunt
Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep
Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade
Mechromancer Pack
Psycho Pack
Creature Slaughter Dome


Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford praised the recent Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep as being "probably the best value in the entire industry" when it comes to DLC, and that their Season Pass for Borderlands 2 add-ons was the "best value of this generation." It stands to reason then that a GOTY would be the 'best value in the history of ever, ever'.

Source: MP1st
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Comments

By LukeDion1987 (SI Core Member) on Jul 05, 2013
LukeDion1987
''It stands to reason then that a GOTY would be the 'best value in the history of ever, ever''.

Yes, but only for ''new players'' ;-) (those who did not buy any B2 DLCs yet) ;-)
By Gale47 (SI Core) on Jul 05, 2013
Gale47
True dat ^^
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Jul 08, 2013
FoolWolf
Of course it is the best value Randy - you used the good portion of TWO games cash to make this game, right? ;)
Also, the game is good - but it feels less compelling in story than the first game IMHO.