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Playable Characters:
The new characters needed all-new skill trees. Borderlands has four characters, but it's really more like twelve. Rather than nerf classes during play testing, Armstrong said they find which one people are favoring and make the others stronger. The goal is to differentiate them so much that players can see another person using the same character, but in a completely different way. By placing skill points, utilizing different gear, focusing on the o2 mechanism, the ice and/or the ground smashing you can have 2 of the same characters functioning completely different. Players will often take a look at the last skill in a tree, and base their picks on how to get to that. This time, the skills are laid out in such a way that the last ability will reflect the abilities that came before. The last one will not just come out of left field, they all echo each other.

Nisha the Lawbringer was originally revealed to us as the Sheriff of Lynchwood in Borderlands 2. Nisha was, at the time, in a relationship with Handsome Jack.

New Haven was a main location in the original Borderlands. Nisha had a hand in the fall of this city and led to the capture and imprisonment of original Vault Hunter Brick.

Nisha's Action Skill is called Showdown
While Showdown is active, you Automatically Aim at enemies and gain increased Gun Damage, Fire Rate, Reload Speed, Accuracy, Bullet Speed and Recoil Reduction with all gun types. Holding [LT] and flicking [R] in a direction allows you to quickly cycle to another target.
Duration: 6 seconds
  • Cooldown: 16 seconds
  • Gun Damage: +42%
  • Fire Rate: + 15%
  • Reload Speed: +125%
  • Accuracy: +15%
  • Bullet Speed: +50%
  • Recoil Reduction: +30%
Law & Order

Increases your Shield Capacity and Melee Damage.
  • Shield Capacity: +5%
  • Melee Damage: +5%
  • 4 point skill
Every time you take 15% of your maximum health in damage you gain a stack of Order. Based on your number of Order stacks, you have a chance to instantly heal double the damage taken. Order stacks are quickly lost when outside combat.
  • Heal Chance: +1.2% per Order stack
  • Max stacks: 10
  • 1 point skill
The Third Degree
When Showdown ends or upon killing an enemy, you gain increased Damage with your next Melee Attack. This effect can stack up to 5 times.
  • Melee Damage: +20% per stack
Rough Rider
Slam Augment. Your Slam attack's damage is increased by 25%. Dealing damage with Slam grants you 5 Order stacks per enemy damaged. This skill also raises your Order Stack Cap by 5.

1 point skill

When an enemy would cause you to gain an Order stack, he gains a Wanted stack. Damaging that target consumes all Wanted stacks and deals Bonus Damage based on the number of stacks consumed and your level. The maximum number of Wanted stacks is 5, and enemies still gain Wanted stacks even if you are at your maximum Order stacks.

Upon reaching 10 Order stacks, your Shields are restored to full. Also, while at 10 or more Order stacks you gain improved Melee Damage, Gun Damage, and Shield Recharge Delay for each Order stack. This skill also raises your Order Stack Cap by 5.
  • Melee Damage: +1.5% per Order Stack
  • Gun Damage: +1.0% per Order stack
  • Shield Recharge Delay: -1.5% per Order stack
1 point skill

Due Process
After hitting an enemy with a Melee Attack, you deal increased Gun Damage with all gun types for a few seconds.
  • Gun Damage: +5%
Blood of the Guilty
When you or an ally kills an enemy, you gain a stack of Order and have 5% of your health restored. This skill also raises your Order Stack Cap by 5.
"I am the judge, jury and executioner."

1 point skill

During Showdown you Regenerate Health and gain bonus Movement Speed.
  • Regenerates 0.8% of your Max Health / sec
  • Movement Speed: +4%
No Pain, No Gain
Gain increased Gun Damage with all gun types based on how low your Health currently is. The lower your Health the greater the Gun Damage.
  • Gun Damage: Up to 10%
Rarin' To Go
Kill skill. Killing an enemy grants you bonus Reload Speed and Gun Damage based on the number of Order stacks you currently have.
  • Reload Speed: +0.4% per Order stack
  • Gun Damage: +0.4% per Order stack
Thunder Crackdown
Melee Override. Your Melee Attack causes a large cone-shaped Shock burst, dealing increased damage for each Order stack. This skill also raises your Order Stack Cap by 5.
  • Cooldown: 10 seconds
  • Melee Damage: +10% per Order stack as Shock Damage
1 point skill
Fan the Hammer

Saddle Up
Kill Skill. Killing an enemy grants you increased Movement Speed and Gun Damage for a short time.
  • Movement Speed: +4%
  • Gun Damage: +5%
Kills made during Showdown extend its duration.
Showdown Duration: +0.1 second per kill

Magnificent Six
The Last 6 bullets in Non-Elemental Weapon clips deal extra Damage.
  • Gun Damage: +6%
Bottled Courage
When Showdown begins, a portion of your Shield is instantly restored. Also, while Showdown is Cooling Down, you gain improved Shield Recharge Rate and Shield Recharge Delay.
  • Showdown restores 10% of Shields
  • Shield Recharge Rate: +7%
  • Shield Recharge Delay: -7%
Short Fused
Kill Skill. After killing an enemy, all your shots deal bonus Explosive Damage for a short time. The closer the enemy is to you, the higher the damage.
Up to +35% Weapon Damage as Explosive Damage
1 point skill

Faster 'n You
Kill Skill. Killing an enemy greatly improves your Reload Speed, Weapon Swap speed, and Fire Rate for a short duration.
  • Reload Speed: +7%
  • Weapon Swap Speed: +7%
  • Fire Rate: +7%
Your Melee Attack steals up to 6 bullets from your enemy and instantly loads them into your current gun's magazine. There is a cooldown for this skill. Does not work with Rocket Launcher ammo.
"You won't be needing this."
1 point skill

When Showdown begins and ends, a portion of your gun is instantly reloaded.
  • Up to 1 ammo added
Hell's Comin' With Me!
After reloading or reaching your maximum clip via Pickpocket, for a short duration your gun has a chance to fire twice.
  • Extra Shot Chance: 9%
High Noon
You gain a bonus to Gun Damage the longer you are in Showdown.
  • Gun Damage: +3% / sec
One For Each of Ya
When using a Pistol, you get an exact copy of that gun in your offhand. While using Ironsights, you shoot with your main hand only.
"Fill yer hands, you son of a female skag!"
1 point skill
The Riflewoman

Snap Shot
When firing from the hip, you gain dramatically increased Accuracy and Recoil Reduction.
  • Accuracy: +7%
  • Recoil Reduction: +5%
Bona Fide Grit
Kill Skill. Killing an enemy grants you bonus Critical Hit Damage and Health Regeneration for a short duration.
  • Regenerates +0.4% of your Max Health / sec
  • Critical Hit Damage: + 7%
Quick Shot
After Reloading, for a short duration, you gain increased Gun Damage and Fire Rate when shooting from the hip.
  • Gun Damage: +6%
  • Fire Rate: +7%
Shooting an enemy grants you increased Fire Rate with all gun types. A stack of Unchained can only be gained once per second. All stacks are lost if you don't shoot any enemies for 10 seconds.
  • Fire Rate: +1% per stack
  • Max Stacks: 21
Fistful of Bullets
Increases you Magazine Size with all gun types by 3.
"You can never have too much of a good thing..."
1 point skill

Crack Shot
The first shot fired from a fully loaded magazine causes Bonus Damage. If you kill an enemy with this shot they explode, dealing damage to all nearby enemies.
  • Gun damage: +10%
Killing an enemy grants you a stack of Impatience, increasing your Reload Speed by 20% for each stack. All stacks are lost after reloading. Stacks up to 21 times.
"Ain't nobody got time for that!"
1 point skill

Hot Lead
Your Critical Hits with non-elemental guns deal additional fire damage with a high chance of igniting enemies. The damage of the fire and ignite damage is based on your gun's damage.
  • Adds 5% of Gun Damage as Fire
  • Ignite Damage Level 1
Trick Shot
Your bullets that hit walls or other objects have a chance to ricochet off toward a nearby enemy.
  • Bullet Ricochet Chance: +8%
  • Ricocheted Bullet Damage: -20%
Kill Skill. After killing an enemy, all hits have a chance to count as Critical Hits for a short time.
  • Critical Hit Chance: +6%
The Unforgiven
During Showdown all shots that hit enemies ricochet towards other nearby enemies, dealing 10% weapon damage per hit. Also, Showdown ending triggers an Explosive Nova on all enemies who have been shot by you.
"I put a bomb inside every bad guy..."
Wilhelm is a playable Character in Borderlands the Pre-Sequel! His first appearance is made in Borderlands 2 as half Hyperion Engineer, half Loader in the End of the Line story mission. Wilhelm wasn’t always half man, half machine, however. In the event of Borderlands the Pre-Sequel we’ll see the character as he was when he was all man. The game will see the events that turned him into what he is, or was, played out.

Wilhelm is kind of like the Cyber Commando of the game which is interesting because that's name of one of his skill trees. He's got a few skills similar to Commandos, mainly Axton, and his Action Skill has a slight resemblance. It's a summoning skill with the same Cooldown and you can refund the Cooldown by recalling your summon. He's still got his own unique list of skill as well.

Upgrading Wilhelm's skill tree will, overtime, add robotic parts to his body, possibly leading up to his form in Borderlands 2.

The Enforcer's (Wilhelm) action skill is called Air Power. It summons drones named Wolf and Saint that can help Wilhelm attack foes or supplement himself and his teammates, respectively. While Wolf takes to the offensive, killing enemies with high damage blasts, Saint stays by Wilhelm's side, recharging his shields. This skill comes from the boss fight in Borderlands 2 against Wilhelm, when he was in his oversized Loader stage. Hold the Action Skill button to recall your drones and refund some of your Cooldown. Active Time 35 seconds. Cooldown 42 seconds.
Everytime you upgrade a Cyborg Augmentation skill, it will add robotic pieces to Wilhelm.

Hunter Killer

Wolf's Air Speed is increased. Additionally, you get a temporary Movement Speed boost whenever Wolf is recalled or destroyed.
  • Wolf Air Speed 10% per level
  • Movement Speed 8% per level
Fire Support
Increases your Weapon Damage and the damage dealt by Wolf
  • Weapon Damage 4% per level
  • Wolf Damage 8% per level
Venom Bolts
Wolf Ability. Wolf has a chance of firing Venom Bolts instead of its regular projectiles. Venom Bolts will corrode enemies. Additionally, you get increased Corrode Chance and Corrosive Damage when using Corrosive weapons.
  • Venom Bolt chance 10% per level
  • Corrode Chance 2% per level
  • Corrode Damage 4% per level
Kill Skill. After killing an enemy, you and Wolf gain additional Fire Rate for a short time
  • Fire Rate +4% per level
  • Wolf Fire Rate +25% per level
Laser Guided
When you activate Wolf and Saint, or press LB while they are active, Saint will Paint the target under your reticle. Wolf will focus attacks on the currently Painted target, and the target will receive increased Damage from all sources. If a target is killed while Painted, time will be added to Wolf and Saint´s Duration.
  • Target Damage Received +33%
  • Wolf and Saint Duration on Kill: +5 Seconds
1/1 skill

Rolling Thunder
While Wolf is alive, you will periodically gain stacks of Rolling Thunder, increasing Wolf´s Damage
  • Wolf Damage/Stack +5% per level
  • Stack Interval: 5 seconds
Kill Switch
Wolf Ability. Whenever Wolf is recalled, runs out of Health or expires, it will dive bomb enemies with explosive effect!

"The Divine Wind blows up"

1/1 skill

When Wolf is destroyed, it is replaced once for free, and time will be added to Wolf and Saint´s Duration
  • Deployment Time added: 30% per level
Cold War
When you apply a Shock, Incendiary or Corrosive status effect to an enemy, there is a chance for the target to freeze. Additionally, you get increased status effect chance when using Ice weapons.
  • Freeze Chance 6% per level
  • Ice Weapon Status Effect Chance 2,0% per level
Increases your Critical Hit Damage. Additionally, Critical Hits on enemies reduce the remaining Cooldown of Wolf and Saint by a small amount. This effect has a Cooldown.
  • Critical Hit Damage +5% per level
  • Cooldown Reduction: 2.00 seconds per level
  • Cooldown: 15 seconds
Omega Strike
Wolf Ability. Wolf periodically launches a deadly missile strike against its targets

"Too close for guns. I'm switching to missiles"

1/1 skill.
Cyber Commando

Laser Focus
Increases Gun Damage and Magazine sizes with all Laser Weapons.
  • Laser Damage +4% per level
  • Laser Magazine Size +2% per level (first point gives +4%)
Man and Machine
Increases Maximum Health and Shield Capacity for you and Wolf
  • Shield Capacity +4% per level
  • Maximum Health +4% per level
  • Wolf Shield Capacity +8% per level
  • Wolf Maximum Health +8% per level
First To Fight
Increases your Gun Damage. This bonus is lost 5 seconds after you deal damage, and is regained after 5 seconds of you not dealing or taking damage
  • Gun Damage +10% per level
Targeting Scope
Kill Skill. Killing an enemy gives you increased Accuracy and Critical Damage for a few seconds
  • Critical Damage +10% per level
  • Accuracy +5% per level
Cyborg Fist
Cyborg Augmentation - Arm.
Melee Override. Press R to perform an explosive punch with extended range. This ability has a cooldown

Cooldown: 17 seconds
"I am now authorized to use physical force"

1/1 skill

Emergency Response
Emergency Response is activated whenever your Shield becomes depleted, increasing your Fire Rate and Reload Speed, and Wolf's Fire Rate, for a short duration. Your shield must fully recharge between activations
  • Reload Speed +10% per level
  • Fire Rate +10% per level
  • Wolf Fire Rate +15% per level
  • Duration: 15 seconds
Shock Absorbers
Cyborg Augmentation - Legs.
You can shoot while Sprinting. While doing so, you gain bonus Gun Damage, and suffer no accuracy penalties.
  • Gun Damage +25%
1/1 skill

Divert Power
When your shields are depleted and your health is low, taking damage causes you to gain massive Shield Regeneration and Damage Resistance for a few seconds. This ability has a cooldown.
  • Health Threshold: 30%
  • Cooldown: 25 seconds
  • Duration: 3 seconds
  • Damage Resistance 50% per level
  • Recharges 20% of your shield per level
Meteor Slam
Increases the Damage Radius of your Slam ability
  • Slam Radius: Rank 1
Welcome to the Gun Show
You are better with guns in nearly every regard. Increases Gun Damage, Reload Speed, Magazine Size, Accuracy and reduces Recoil
  • Weapon Damage +2% per level
  • Reload Speed +4% per level (starts at 5%)
  • Magazine Size +10% per level
  • Accuracy +4% per level (starts at 5%)
  • Recoil Reduction +4% per level (starts at 5%)
Vengeance Cannon
Cyborg augmentation - Weapon.
If an attack reduces your Health below threshold, you activate your shoulder-mounted Vengeance Cannon. The Vengeance Cannon fires Incendiary Laser Blasts in tandem with your equipped weapon and lasts for a short period of time
  • Health Threshold: 30%
  • Active Time: 30 seconds
1/1 skill

Auxilary Tanks
Increases Wolf and Saint's Duration and Cooldown Rate:
  • Wolf and Saint duration +3 Seconds per level
  • Wolf and Saint Cooldown rate +4 Seconds per level
You gain increased Weapon Damage while Saint is active. Additionally, you and Wolf gain increased Health.
  • Maximum Health +3% per level
  • Wolf Maximum Health +3% per level
  • Weapon damage +5% per level
Saint Ability. Saint will occasionally boost the Shields of you and your friends. Additionally, Saint gets a permanent increase to the rate that it replenishes your Health:
  • Shield Boost Amount: 6% of shield capacity per level
  • Health Replenishment Rate +15% per level
Improves Shield Recharge Rate and Shield Recharge Delay. This bonus is doubled while Wolf and Saint are on cooldown.
  • Shield Recharge Rate: +6%
  • Shield Recharge Delay: -4%
Termination Protocols
Fight For Your Life is replaced by Termination Protocols. During Termination Protocols you can walk, fire your weapons, and you will shock nearby enemies. If the timer runs out, your power core goes critical, releasing a Nuclear Explosion.

"I absolutely will not stop ever until you are dead"

1/1 skill

Rapid Reinforcement
Kill Skill. Killing an enemy increases your Cooldown Rate for Wolf and Saint and increases your Movement Speed and Reload Speed for a short time.
  • Movement Speed: +3%
  • Reload Speed +8%
  • Action Skill Cooldown Rate: +4%
Zero Hour
Saint Ability. When Saint is recalled or expires, it explodes deploying a Healing Zone underneath you. You and your friends Regenerate Health while standing in the zone:

Healing Zone Duration: 12 seconds
Regenerates 10% of your health per second

Hazmat Containment System
If you have a Fire, Shock or Corrosive Status Effect on you, you and your friends gain increased Resistance to that element. Additionally, you will occasionally spread that Status Effect to nearby enemies while it's active.
  • Elemental Resistance: +17%
Kinetic Armor
Increases your Maximum Health. Additionally, close range attackers have a chance to be struck by explosive feedback. Explosion chance increases the closer the enemy:
  • Maximum Health +5% per level
  • Explosion chance: Up to 5% per level
Hard To Kill
Whenever you are shot or struck by an enemy, you gain a stack of Hard To Kill, reducing all Damage received. All stacks are removed after a few seconds of taking no damage.
  • Damage Reduction: +0.1% per stack
  • Max Stacks: 100
Saint Ability. Immediately after being summoned, Saint will release an Energy Wave that will Overcharge you and any nearby friends for a short duration. Overcharged players gain increased Movement Speed, Fire Rate, Reload Speed and Ammo Regeneration.
  • Movement Speed: +50%
  • Reload Speed: +75%
  • Fire Rate: +75%
  • Ammo Regeneration +10
  • Duration: 10 seconds
1/1 skill
Athena is the first fully revealed character in Borderlands the Pre-Sequel. She first appeared as a non-playable character in the DLC for 2009’s Borderlands, The Secret Armory of General Knoxx. The former Lance Assassin allied with the Vault Hunters and worked alongside them in taking down General Knoxx. Players first meet her at T-Bone Junction at the start of the DLC’s main quest line.

Her class is considered to be the sort of “tank” style whose Action Skill, Kinetic Aspis, is a shield that comes up in her left arm when activated. The shield deflects incoming damage from the front. When the Action Skills timer runs down or low, it can then be tossed (Captain America style) at nearby enemies. The shield will then deal damage to the enemies it bounces between until it fades away. Note that the Aspis will only ricochet between enemies if the Wrath of the Goddess skill is unlocked, see below for details.

The Gladiator's (Athena) Action Skill is the Kinetic Aspis. The Aspis is a shield that comes up in her left hand and absorbs bullets from the front as they're shot at her. It can store a finite amount of damage as energy, When the skills timer is up or you press the Action Skill Button a second time, the shield can then be tossed Captain America style at enemies to deal double the damage it absorbed plus the base damage of the shield itself. Defensive Arc 90 degrees. Active Duration 11 seconds. Cooldown 14 Seconds.

Increases the Damage dealt by the Aspis when thrown.
  • Aspis Damage +7% per level
Increases Movement Speed and Gun Damage while holding holding the Aspis.
  • Movement speed +4% per level
  • Gun Damage +4% per level
While the Aspis is active, you and your nearby friends gain Health Regeneration. The Health Regeneration Rate increases as the Aspis absorbs damage.
  • Health Regeneration Rate: Rank 1 per level
Hold the Line
Lengthens the duration the Aspis can be active before it is automatically thrown.
  • Aspis duration +1.5 seconds per level
Prismatic Aegis
The Aspis now stores the elemental damage type of the absorbed damage. Multiple elemental damage types can be stored and all stored damaged types are dealt by the Aspis when thrown.

All are welcome. Go into the light.

1/1 skill

United Front
Damage Absorbed by the Aspis now provides power to Shields of you and your nearby friends. Also increases your Maximum Shield Capacity.
  • Shield Capacity +4% per level
  • Converts 5% of absorbed damage into shield power
When thrown, Aspis' explosion grants Second Wind to friends within range. In addition, you gain a Damage Bonus while in Fight For Your Life.
  • Damage Bonus +40%
1/1 skill

Allows the Aspis to absorb a percentage of from your friends' guns. Also increases your Maximum Health.
  • Friendly Absorb amount 20% per level
  • Maximum Health +5% per level
Return Fire
When active, the Aspis has a chance to reflect incoming Lasers and Bullets while still absorbing their energy.
  • Reflect Chance +10% per level
Prepare for Glory
Activating the Aspis taunts nearby enemies, making them more likely to attack you. Additionally, for every individual enemy who inflicts damage on your Aspis, you gain a stack of Prepare for Glory, increasing your Gun Damage. Stacks persist for a short duration after the Aspis has been thrown.
  • Gun Damage / stack +2% per level
Wrath of the Godess
The Aspis will ricochet to up to 4 additional enemies, each taking less damage than the last. The Aspis will return to you after it hits the final enemy.

1/1 skill.

Aspis Damage is reduced by 33% each time it ricochets

Gun Kata
Increases Gun Damage.
Additionally, your Melee Damage is increased for a short duration after shooting an enemy.
  • Gun Damage 3% per level
  • Melee Damage 10% per level
Ciarity of Purpose
Increased Melee Damage and Maximum Health.
  • Melee Damage +5% per level
  • Maximum Health +3% per level
Kill Skill. Killing an enemy increases Movement Speed and Damage Resistance for a few seconds.
  • Movement Speed 4% per level
  • Damage Resistance 5% per level
You deal increased Damage to any enemy who has less than 50% of their Maximum Health remaining.
  • Damage 7% per level
Your melee attacks cause enemies to bleed; inflicting damage over time. The damage is increased against higher Health targets, and the damage also benefits from your Melee Damage Bonuses.
  • Bleed Duration 12 seconds
  • Deals up to 100% bonus damage against targets with high Health
1/1 Skill

Gain Health Regeneration whenever you make an enemy Bleed, for the duration of the Bleed effect. This effect stacks if you have multiple Bleeding enemies.
  • Regenerate 2% of Maximum Health per second per Bleeding enemy per level
Slam Alteration Skill. When you Slam you now create a singularity, pulling nearby enemies closer and dealing damage to them.

1/1 Skill

Increases Gun Damage dealt to Bleeding targets.
  • Gun Damage +7% per level
You've Got Red on You
When an enemy is killed by your melee attacks, or dies while Bleeding, they explode. Nearby enemies will take damage from the blast and also be kind of grossed out.
  • Blast Radius 1 Rank per level
Fury of the Arena
Gain increased Fire Rate and Reload Speed for each Bleeding target.
  • Reload Speed +2% per Bleeding target per level
  • Fire Rate +2% per Bleeding target per level
Blood Rush
Melee Override Skill. Press [Melee Button] to dash towards an enemy and strike them with Xiphos with increased Melee Damage. This ability has a cooldown. If this attack applies a Bleed to a target that isn't Bleeding, or kills a target, the cooldown is immediately reset. Perform a regular melee attack when Blood Rush is on cooldown.
  • Melee Damage +40%
  • Cooldown: 10 seconds
1/1 Skill
Ceraunic Storm

Storm Weaving
When you swap weapons, you gain Storm Weaving increasing your Fire Rate and Elemental Effect Chance for a short duration.
  • Elemental Effect Chance +25% per level
  • Fire Rate +7.5% per level
  • Duration 9 seconds
4/4 skill

Dealing Fire or Shock damage causes you to gain stacks of Maelstrom. All Elemental damage dealt is increased for every stack of Maelstrom. Stacks decay over time and the rate of decay increases as you accumulate more stacks.
  • Elemental Damage per Stack +0.35%
1/1 skill

Gathering Tempest
Increases Magazine Size and Reload Speed.
  • Magazine Size +8% per level
  • Reload Speed +5% per level
While you have at least one Electrocute Status Effect active, you regenerate a percentage of your Shields every second for each stack of Maelstrom you have.
  • Shield Regeneration / sec +0.02% per stack per level
While you are airborne, shooting an enemy will smite them, causing Fire and Shock Damage in a small area. The damage increases as you accumulate more stacks of Maelstrom. This ability has a cooldown.
  • Cooldown: 12 seconds
  • Minimum Maelstrom Stacks: 10
Kill Skill. Killing an enemy increases your Weapon Swap Speed and Fire Rate for each stack of Maelstrom.
  • Weapon Swap Speed +0.08% per stack per level
  • Fire Rate +0.06% per stack per level
The Aspis has a chance to shock nearby enemies when struck. When this occurs, you gain bonus Maelstrom stacks.
  • Bonus Stacks: 5 per level
  • Shock Chance: 10% per level
Zeus' Rage
When you throw the Aspis, a devastating Fire and Lightning Storm will spawn at the target location, doing area damage for several seconds. The damage of the storm increases based on the amount of damage absorbed by the Aspis.

At my signal, unleash hell!

1/1 skill

Elemental Barrage
While Storm Weaving is active, your weapons have a chance to not consume ammo. This chance is increased for every Maelstrom stack you have.
  • Free Shot Chance: 6% per level
  • Additional chance: 0.02% per level
Whenever you kill an enemy who is electrocuted or burning, there is a chance for the status effect to chain to a nearby enemy. When this occurs, you gain bonus Maelstrom stacks. This bonus is gained twice if the target is both burning and electrocuted.
  • Bonus stacks: 20 per level?
  • Status Effect Spread Chance: 9% per level
Flash Freeze
Whenever you freeze an enemy, you gain Flash Freeze for a short duration. During this time, you cannot gain or lose Maelstrom stacks.
  • Flash Freeze Duration: 1 second per level.
Hades' Shackles
Slamming links you to nearby enemies with a Shock Tether for a short duration, electrocuting them. The tether is broken if you lose line of sight to the target. Any enemies still tethered at the end of the duration or who die while tethered release a Fire Nova, and you gain bonus Maelstrom stacks for each enemy affected. This ability has a cooldown.
  • Maelstrom Stacks +20 per target
  • Tether duration 3 seconds
  • Cooldown 15 seconds
1/1 Skill
Claptrap the Fragtrap is arguably the franchise favorite. First seen in 2009’s Borderlands, Claptrap marks his return but this time, he’s playable. We first met him in the original when the Vault Hunters were fresh off the bus in Fyrestone and Claptrap was merely a guidance robot that helped the Vault Hunters along with tedious tasks such as opening doors and getting maimed by bandits.

It was during the events of the original games final DLC, Claptrap’s Robot Revolution, that Claptrap decided to rebel against the humans for their rampant abuse of the CL4P-TP units throughout Pandora. After the Vault Hunters defeated the Interplanetary Ninja Assassin, Handsome Jack, leader of the Hyperion Corporation, ordered the destruction of all Claptrap units on Pandora. This character class is not some random Claptrap unit, though. The Claptrap we meet in the first Borderlands is the same as the Claptrap seen in Borderlands 2 and the playable class in Borderlands the Pre-Sequel.

Randy Crawford challenged the Aussies, asking "Can you make Claptrap a playable character?" Tony Lawrence responded: I don’t want to make Claptrap playable unless he is going to be as lovable and annoying as he is in BL1 and 2.” Randy ‘s answer: “Ok, do that.” So Claptrap is made to make players go either “Omg, Claptrap is the coolest funnest best playable character ever", or "Omg, can we please not have Claptrap on our server” They got that dynamic going, and people will understand it as soon as they start revealing his features. Claptrap is prepared to deal with the environment appropriately, is all they are willing to say.

Claptrap's Action Skill is VaultHunter.EXE:
"VaultHunter.EXEwill analyze the situation, determine which Vault Hunter would do the best job, and then load an ACTION PACKAGE allowing Claptrap to fight in that manner for a short period of time. It also gives you Full Health and Heatlh Regeneration. VaultHunter.EXE is still in beta and its definition of "Vault Hunter" is questionable at best.

Warning: VaultHunter.EXE is currently classified as malware. Your allies may be affected."

Unlockable Action Package:
Torgue Fiesta:
Whoops! Drop a large amount of grenade that damage enemies and friendlies.
Unlock by: I Am Rubber, You Are Glue
Pirate Ship Mode: Turn in to an AWESOME PIRATE SHIP! With CANNONS!
Unlock by: Livin’ Near the Edge
Clap-in-the-Box: Digistruct a giant bomb that hurts everything around it when it explodes.
Unlock by: Kick Him While He’s Down
Gun Wizard: you and your allies gain drastically increased fire rate and reload speed.
Unlock by: You’re … GOING TO LOVE ME!!
One Shot Wonder: Every shot empties all bullet from your clip.
Unlock by: Tripleclocked

*Skill Trees are NOT yet complete*

Drop the Hammer
Reloading your weapon increases your Fire Rate and Reload Speed but make your Accuracy worse for a few seconds.
  • Fire rate: +5 (per level)%
  • Reload Speed: +5 (per level)%
  • Accuracy: -2 (per level)%
Killing an enemy Restores Health but costs Shields. If your shields are not currently up then …. FREE HEALTH! The lower your health, the greater the amount of health restored.
  • Health Restored: Up to 7 (per level)% of Max health
  • Shield Cost: Up to 2 (per level)%of Max Shields
Coincidental Combustion
Whenever you shoot an enemy with a non-explosive weapon, you have a chance to deal Bonus Explosive Damage based on your weapon’s damage.
  • Explosion Chance: 7 (per level)%
When struck by a melee attack, you emit a power full blast that will push enemies away and deal Explosive Damage.
  • Shockwave Momentum: 250 + 50 (per level)
  • Repulsive Cooldown: 5 seconds
Second Wind (by Tediore)
When you enter Fight For Your Life, throw a digistructed copy of yourself which explode like a grenade, and you continually emit Explosive Novas

“I will not die until you die with me!”

Load ‘n’ Splode
Whenever you reload your gun gain Increased Explosive Damage. This bonus can stack up to five times and each stacks last a few seconds.
  • Explosive Damage: + 4% per stacks
I Am Rubber, You Are Glue
Kill Skill. Whenever you kill an enemy, bullets have a chance to reflect off you and towards enemies for a short time . Also unlocks ACTION PACKAGE Torgue Fiesta
  • Bullet ricochet chance + 25%
Start with a Bang
When firing a fully loaded gun after reloading you generate an Explosive Nova, damaging all nearby enemies. It will also hurt yourself.
  • Explosive Nova: Rank 1 (per level) Damage
  • Damage to Self: 1 (per level)% of Current Health
Hyperion Punch
Melee Override. Dealing Explosive Damage grants you stacks of Hyperion Punch. When you have 5 stacks press [Melee Button] to throw a super awesome punch that deals bonus Incendiary Damage. This consumes all stacks of Hyperion Punch.
  • Hyperion Punch Stack cap: 5
  • Rank 1 Damage

Livin’ Near the Edge
Increases Fire Rate and Reload Speed. The lower your health and shield, the greater the bonus. Also unlocks ACTION PACKAGE Pirate Ship Mode
  • Fire Rate: up to 100%
  • Reload Speed: up to 100%
I love you guys

Best Buds 4 Life
Whenever you are revived or revive someone, you and your buddy gain Health Regeneration and Damage Resistance for a short time. Also extends Fight For Your Life and increases Gun Damage when downed.
  • Downed Time + 25%
  • Downed Gun Damage: +5% per level
  • Damage Resistance: +7% per level
  • Health regen: +0,5% of Max Health/ sec. per level
Maniacal Laughter
Increases Status Effect Chance. Dealing Status Effect Damage to enemies grants stacks of Maniacal Laughter. You and your pals gain Health Regeneration for each stack of Maniacal Laughter. The lower your health, the greater the Health Regeneration. Each stacks last a few second.
  • Status Effect Chance: + 4 (per level)%
  • Regenerates: up to 0.03 (per level) % max health per stack per second
  • Max Stacks: 200
Kick Him While He’s Down
While in Fight For Your Life, you draw aggro from nearby enemies. Also unlocks ACTION PACKAGE Clap-in-the-Box

“Wanna hear the new dubstep song I wrote?”

All Things are Awesome!
Increases Fire Rate, Weapon Swap Speed and Max Health. This bonus increases for every teammate in the game. Being part of a team is great!
  • Fire rate: +3%
  • Max Health: +5%
  • Weapon Swap Speed: + 3%
  • Fire Rate per Teammate: +1%
  • Max Health per Teammate: +2%
  • Weapon Swap Speed per Teammate: +1%
Killing an enemy creates a Friendship Nova centered on the enemy. Heals you and your friends within a certain radius. The lower your health, the higher your regen will be. Also unlocks ACTION PACKAGE Gun Wizard.
  • Heals up to 15% of your max health
It’s a Trap… Card
When your Shield is depleted you release a Mega-Nova that heals you and your friends, but hurts enemies. Target low in health are healed for more. You Shield must fully recharge between Mega-Novas.
  • Heals up to 15% of your max health
Wax Off, Wax On
Improves your Shield Capacity, Shield Recharge Delay and Shield Recharge Rate.
  • Shield Capacity: +3%
  • Shield Recharge Delay: -3%
  • Shield Recharge Rate: +3%
Pain Simulator is Painful
Increases your Max Health and grants a small amount of Damage Reduction.
  • Max Health: +6%
  • Damage Reduction: + 4,8%
Kick Him While He’s Up
Whenever you gain Second Wind, your Gun Damage, Melee Damage and Critical Hit Damage is increased for a few seconds.
  • Gun Damage: +5%
  • Melee Damage: +5%
  • Critical Hit Damage: +5%
Organized Guns are Happy
Increases Magazine Size with all Weapon Types for you and your buddies.
  • Magazine Size: +5%
  • Teammate Magazine Size: +2%
Hold [Melee Button] to request a High Five from your friends! A successful High Five increases Gun Damage, Fire Rate and Health Regeneration for all players. Woo! If you have no friends, or they leave you hangin’, gain increased Gun Damage and Health Regeneration for a few seconds, because screw you guys!
  • Gun Damage: + 15%
  • Fire Rate: +50%
  • Health Regen: +3% max health / sec
  • Cooldown: 30 sec
Fragmented claptrap (... )

Fuzzy Logic
Taking damage from an enemy grants you increased Critical Hit damage for a few seconds.
  • Critical Hit Damage: + 10 (per level)%
  • Max Skill Level: 3
Melee Subroutines. You randomly pick a melee-focused Subroutine, which grants a massive melee damage bonus, but reduces your damage with guns.
  • Melee Damage: + 150%
  • Gun Damage: – 25%
Multiplies the Bonuses and Penalties of the current Subroutine by up to 3. The fewer Frag Stacks you have the greater the multiplier. Defensive Subroutines always receive Triple Capacity regardless of stacks. Also unlocks ACTION PACKAGE One Shot Wonder

Grenade Vent
Increases Grenade Damage. Throwing a grenade adds a Frag Stacks.
  • Grenade Damage: + 9 (per level)%
  • Frag Stacks per Grenade Thrown: +1

NPC's & Game Mechanics:
  • Handsome Jack - Main antagonist from Borderlands 2.
  • Crazy Earl - Black Market Vendor - "Whatchu want?!"
  • Janie Springs - Unknown Hyperion affiliate. According to GBX she is a Black Market merchant, in love with Mad Moxxi, and running the Vehicles in this game, Scooter will not be.
  • Red Belly - First revealed boss in the Pre-Sequel.
Axton - Commando from Borderlands 2
Salvador - Gunzerker from Borderlands 2
Maya - Siren from Borderlands 2
Zero - Assassin from Borderlands 2

The original playable characters from Borderlands 2 will not be playable in the Pre-Sequel. However, hinted by President of Gearbox Randy Pitchford, the four Vault Hunters will likely make an appearance in the game to assist the arc of Handsome Jack’s rise to villainy (See intro cutscene of Borderlands 2 where the Vault Hunters have previously entered conflict with the tyrant Hyperion Leader).

Marcus Kincaid - Ammo and weapons dealer in the franchise.
Roland - Soldier and leader of the Crimson Raiders.
Mordecai - Hunter and alcoholic.
Lilith - Playable Siren in Borderlands.
Brick - The Slab King.

No mention of the Characters listed above have been made. However, these characters have played major roles in all Borderlands games, including Marcus in the yet to be released Tales from the Borderlands, a game developed by Telltale games.

Lilith might be a part of the game though, as she appeared in the Game Trailer:
The Pre-Sequel" will be adding two new weapon types into the Borderlands franchise. One of which will be a ice type that will slowly freeze enemies untill they are at a complete stop.At which point you can intantly kill them with another attack. The second type of weapon is a laser type which supposedly will add fire damage as seen in the game play released.

Another thing to note about the weapons in this new Borderlands is that the loot system from Borderlands 2 will be returning.Seen at 1:25 of this video , you can see that a Rocket Torpedo appears in the chest. The Rocket Torpedo has been seen as a weapon in Borderlands 2.

New add-on effects have been shown like Moonshine which gives you a better chance of obtaining rare loot.

Gearbox and 2k australia have said that the loot system will be similar to the last game. We can expect to see some favorites returning from the last game like the Unkempt Harold.

In the Pre-Sequel, we will see some familiar sights. The Conference Call, a well known Legendary Hyperion shotgun from Borderlands 2 is returning, but under a different name. It is now called Viral Marketer. If it comes in Cryo, is still unknown.

The Legendary Pistol we used to know as the Gub is also back. Its now named Zion, manufactured not by Bandit, but by SCAV. (All guns that used to be Bandit, are now made by SCAV.) The prefix we could see a glimpse of in one of the videos, is Two-Time, with x2 damage. And it had the new Cryo element. The red text said "Do you want to know more" but it is still not certain what kind of special effect this brings.

The loot system definitely looks similar to the one we know. The Viral Marketeer even had the Scalable prefix known from BL2, so some things are still like they used to, it seems.

Lasers are a separate weapon type first introduced in Borderlands: the Pre-Sequel, not much is known about this weapon type other than is does constant, focused damage onto a target.

Lasers create a powerful stream of energy that will deal constant damage to any enemy that comes into contact with the stream, lasers consume ammo at a fast rate so players must make sure that they can stay accurate on a target.

Lasers consume a entirely different ammunition pool, shown as a coil icon of sorts, with the ammo pool being about as big as a submachine gun's pool.

Five manufacturers are known to produce laser weapons: Dahl, Hyperion, Maliwan, Tediore and Scav (Bandit in BL2), each have a different laser output:
  • Dahl lasers fire blaster bolts, very similar to E-tech Blasters.
  • Hyperion lasers fire like a rail gun with reverse recoil.
  • Maliwan lasers fire a constant stream of energy, and (much like any other Maliwan weapon) are always elemental.
  • Tediore lasers are unknown at this point, only being briefly shown as a chest reward. Updated: Tediore lasers cause shock damage when reloaded, in addition to the normal explosive damage.
  • Scav lasers are unknown at this point, and have only been seen in gameplay trailers.
Franchise director Matthew Armstrong and 2K Australia studio manager Tony Lawrence explain the Laser:
When you think of a bullet, it fires in a straight parabolic arc. But in Borderlands you get shotgun shells that fire shotgun shells and you get curving bullets and arcing bullets, it would not be Borderlands if lasers weren’t treated with the same level of disrespect. Somewhere in there you'll find the laser that fulfills your laser needs. Some people want a Star Wars 'pew pew' gun, some people think of a laser as a quick-fire, some people think of it as a beam weapon like Ghostbusters. There's many different thoughts and promises of what a laser might be and the Pre-Sequel tries to fulfill all of them
Cryo is an elemental damage type introduced in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, and can appear on all weapons that are capable of having an elemental type (All manufacturers excluding
Torgue and Jakobs). Cryo elemental weapons are capable of slowing down and even freezing targets solid. Cryo Damage is particularly good against fast targets, where a Cryo proc would effectively slow down the enemy; if an enemy is frozen solid, then a strong enough Explosive attack can shatter the frozen enemy for a quick kill.
Cryo Elemental weapons have no known mechanics as of yet, with exception to the slowing and freezing abilities, players can also perform a ground pound attack by a completely frozen enemy (at a cost of some O2) for a quick kill, as the ground pound is classed as Explosive damage.

You can also get Cryo grenades, which will be interesting...
Vehicles will make a comeback in Borderlands the Pre-Sequel. During a demo from the developers, a vehicle was shown that resembled a Star Wars Speeder Bike. Gearbox stated this new vehicle will work like the Sand Skiff from Borderlands 2's Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty.The vehicle is named Stingray. The Stingray has different weapons available. It also has some new features, that we have not seen from vehicles in the Borderlands before. You can launch the Stingray into the air, and do a ground stomp to crush your enemies. This launch can also be used to jump huge gaps you normally would not be able to make.

In the trailer, you can also see a Moon Buggy-like vehicle:
The Moon Buggy, unike the Stingray, works much like the cars we are used to in this franchise. It is however affected by the low gravity, but should be familiar enough to maneuver. It has a couple of different weapons to choose from as well.
The moon is named Elpis which is the Greek personification & spirit of hope which is the last thing to be freed from Pandora's Box.

It looks like pop culture references are still going strong...

Not sure what part this guy will play, but he looks smashing indeed:

Teasers, Trailers and Gameplay Demos:
The story takes place between the first Borderlands and Borderlands 2, focusing mainly on Handsome Jack’s rise to his famed villainous stature while exploring the Moon orbiting Pandora and the infamous Hyperion Moonbase floating in space throughout the Majority of Borderlands 2.
The Pre-Sequel will, similar to previous Borderlands titles, focus on four playable protagonists—all of whom were featured as NPCs in previous Borderlands games, working as henchmen for Handsome Jack, the antagonist of Borderlands 2. The plot will follow Handsome Jack's descent into villainy, focusing on his escape and capture of the Hyperion company's moonbase. The game will expand upon the engine and gameplay of Borderlands 2 and introduce new gameplay mechanics, including anti-gravity, freeze weapons, and oxygen tanks which can be used to navigate environments and perform special attacks.

As with previous games in the series, The Pre-Sequel will feature four playable characters, each with different classes and abilities. All four of The Pre-Sequel's protagonists were non-player characters (NPCs) in previous Borderlands games; the first of these characters is Athena, "the Gladiator", a rogue assassin of the Atlas Corporation first introduced in the Borderlands DLC campaign The Secret Armory of General Knoxx. Athena can use a temporary shield to absorb damage; this ability can be upgraded to make the shield itself into a weapon that can be thrown at enemies, and even allow it to absorb elemental damage which can in turn, be reflected back at enemies. The Hyperion engineer Wilhelm, "the Enforcer", can become increasingly augmented with technology and weaponry over the course of the game, transforming him into the more familiar cybernetic form he possessed as the first major boss in Borderlands 2. While not detailed in initial demos, Lynchwood sheriff Nisha, "the Lawbringer" (also introduced in Borderlands 2), and Claptrap, "the Fragtrap" (the last remaining robot of its kind as of Borderlands 2) will also be playable characters.

The storyline of The Pre-Sequel will focus on Handsome Jack and his attempt to escape his exile from the Hyperion moonbase, and capture it for himself. The main characters of Athena, Wilhelm, Nisha, and Claptrap, will begin the game as henchmen of Handsome Jack. Jack himself will have "morally good intentions" at the beginning of the story, but will slowly transform into the "horrific, evil villain he is in Borderlands 2 that seems to have enjoyed cutting people's eyeballs out with a spoon." Pitchford stated that the game's plot would explore how villains "can be morally ambiguous, doing possibly bad things for the right reasons and then have that reflect what [Handsome Jack] is doing. There are several quests in the game where literally the only narrative purpose they exist for is to show you that the bad guy you're fighting is not actually a horrible person."

Gameplay in The Pre-Sequel will remain similar to previous installments, but with the addition of new mechanics. Two new weapon types will be introduced, including various forms of laser-based weaponry, and cryogenic weaponry which can slow down and freeze enemies, who can then be smashed using a melee attack. Gravity will also have an effect on motion while on the moon, causing players to jump higher but slower, and items such as loot and dead bodies to float away. Players can use O2 kits (oxygen tanks) like a jetpack to perform double jumps, hovering, and ground slamming attacks. As with other items, different types of O2 kits can provide stat bonuses, and add elemental effects to the aforementioned slam attack.
The rumored existence of the game was first reported on April 7, 2014, and it was officially announced two days later on April 9, 2014.

The game will be released in North America on October 14 2014 and on the 17 2014 for everyone else; those who pre-order the game will also receive the DLC Shock Drop Slaughter Pit. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will not be released on eighth-generation consoles such as PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, choosing to target the previous PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles instead. Developers cited the aforementioned ability to expand upon the existing engine of Borderlands 2 rather than having to rebuild the engine for a new console platform, and that the game would be accessible to the same consoles, and in turn, players of previous Borderlands games. Pitchford also stated that there was a possibility that the game may be sold at a lower price point than previous installments depending on its final size.

Developers: 2K Australia, Gearbox Software
Publisher: 2K Games
Distributor: Take-Two Interactive
Engine: Modified Unreal Engine 3
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Modes: Single-player, 4 player co-op

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel could eventually come to PS4 and Xbox One, Source.
Borderlands 2, developed by Gearbox Software and released in late-2012, was one of the most successful video games in 2K's history. Speaking in February 2013, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford stated that there were no current plans for a third installment in the franchise, as the company believed that a sequel to Borderlands 2 would have to be "massive", but that "when you think of what Borderlands 3 should be... No. we don't know what that is yet. We can imagine what it must achieve, but we don't know what it is yet." The company also cited a desire to focus its attention onto new games for next-generation consoles, such as Brothers in Arms: Furious Four, Homeworld: Shipbreakers (a new game in the Homeworld franchise, which Gearbox had recently acquired in THQ's bankruptcy auction), and two entirely new properties. Despite this, the company still believed that they had not yet met the demands of fans, or even its own staff, in regards to the franchise (even with the overall success of 2 and the large amount of downloadable content that had been released), prompting the creation of spin-offs such as Tales from the Borderlands, an episodic adventure game being developed by Telltale Games, and a port of Borderlands 2 for PlayStation Vita.

A few months after the release of Borderlands 2 (and shortly after it had concluded its contributions to BioShock Infinite), Gearbox began working with 2K Australia to develop a prequel to the game which would take place directly after the events of the original. The decision to make the game a prequel to Borderlands 2 was centered around a desire to use the Hyperion moonbase (a location alluded to, and visible in Borderlands 2) as a playable location; the developent team felt that going to the moonbase in a sequel to 2 would be too "boring" for players since the relevant conflict was already resolved, and because "if we're going to go to the moonbase anyway, what if we try something completely different that people aren't expecting[?]" Pitchford noted that this setting would allow the game to address plot elements and events alluded to in the first two games that were not yet completely addressed—on the possibility that the game could introduce holes in the continuity of the franchise, he joked that they were "not the only continuity hole you could find in the story of Borderlands if you pulled it apart." He suggested that working on The Pre-Sequel could be a breakout role for 2K Australia, similar to Gearbox's own Half-Life: Opposing Force. As for the size of the game, Pitchford stated that The Pre-Sequel's playable world would be in between the size of the original and Borderlands 2.

2K Australia has performed the majority of development on The Pre-Sequel, but has worked in collaboration with Gearbox on certain aspects of the game. The studio also provided its writing staff—including Anthony Burch, lead writer of Borderlands 2—as a compliment to 2K Australia's own writers. The engine of Borderlands 2 was used as a starting point, allowing the 2K Australia team to quickly prototype and implement features on top of the existing functionality already provided by 2. Most of the new mechanics in the game were conceived entirely by the 2K Australia team.

They had also managed to defy Gearbox's previous lack of consensus on the inclusion of ice-based weaponry in the Borderlands series. While Gearbox's developers previously had concerns that ice weapons would be illogical in comparison to the other elemental weapon types (such as incendiary and acid), Pitchford excused their inclusion in The Pre-Sequel because cryogenic technology of this nature was more "natural" in the sci-fi and space-oriented setting of the game.

To facilitate personal storytelling, the four playable characters of the game will have a larger amount of dialogue than their equivalents in 2. Developers also felt that The Pre-Sequel would have more diverse humor than previous installments due to the makeup of its writing staff, and the influence of Australian comedy and culture (citing, for example, a cricket-themed side mission), so much so that the development team decided to portray the inhabitants of the moon as being like Australians themselves. Bruce Spence, an Australian actor well known for his role as the Gyro Captain in Mad Max 2 (the second film in a franchise that has been cited as an influence on the setting of Borderlands as a whole), will be among the game's voice actors–voicing a gyrocopter pilot in reference to his role from the film.
While no specific DLC pack has been announced for Borderlands the Pre-Sequel, President of Gearbox Software Randy Pitchford explained in a Developer Q&A that they've created a standard for downloadable content and that it would be great for the game. However, the teams are focused mainly on the primary game before discussing DLC further.
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If you have new/more information that should be added, please let me know via PM or leave a message here. Thanks! :smile:


Borderlands & Anime Otaku
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I was hoping GBX would make a info hub like Gameinformer did with Farcry 4. This works too :smile:


PC Gamer and Tech Enthusiast
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I'm pretty exited for BLPS. I think it may be the one game I pre-order considering it looks like a lot like BL2, and it'd be pretty hard to f*** up Borderlands.

Also, I wonder if they will put it in a tribute to Yote... That'd be so awesome.


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I'm pretty exited for BLPS. I think it may be the one game I pre-order considering it looks like a lot like BL2, and it'd be pretty hard to **** up Borderlands.

Also, I wonder if they will put it in a tribute to Yote... That'd be so awesome.
Don't forget Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt... :roflmao:

Gearbox is great like that, I would not be surprised if they did something. :smile:


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New content added, the new Handsome Jack Trailer, more information on character skills, weapons and game mechanics. :smile:


I am Holo, and Holo is all that I am
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With a bit modification, i made it better... :cool:
Actually the text is rather huge, text color doesn't match the rest of the overall color, and the font doesn't compliment the the 7S logo.


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Great, I will have to take a look at this asap. I will add your link to the OP soon. Thanks for sharing! :thumbsup:
No problem. I just saw that it was posted and came straight here, assuming it was probably already up. They show off Athena's third tree in the video, as well as some vehicle footage and extra information regarding a new character who replaces Scooter as the vehicle vendor.
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