Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is About to Embark on a Claptastic Voyage


Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’s Season Pass DLC finale is all set for arrival later this month. (And apparently March is turning into Borderlands appreciation month, what with Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2 also on the way next week.)

Come March 24th, the dynamic duo of the Claptastic Voyage campaign add-on and the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2, which increases the level cap to 70, will arrive as the fourth Season Pass content drop. They will also be sold separately in a combo pack for non-Season Pass subscribers at a price of $9.99.


Per the Borderlands blog:

In Claptastic Voyage, Handsome Jack has found something ludicrously powerful within Claptrap’s mind. Never one to turn down a chance for more power, Handsome Jack digitizes the Vault Hunters and sends them inside! Their goal is simple: find the mysterious “H-Source” code and get out of Claptrap’s consciousness without going completely insane. These anti-heroes will have to deal with Claptrap’s personal insecurities, his malware, and digital representations of his crushing loneliness.

Claptastic Voyage will answer important Borderlands questions like why Claptrap loves dubstep so much, all while exploring his inner most thoughts. You’ll also get a chance to visit all-new environments, make new friends (and run into some old ones), and get some new gear as well as new unique Achievements or Trophies. On top of that, Claptastic Voyage features a new customizable arena that lets you choose your own gravity settings, enemy difficulty, and more. There’s also a brand new glitched weapons system and many more fun surprises for you to discover.

In case you already forgot, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, the enhanced PlayStation 4 and Xbox One compilation of Borderlands 2 and The Pre-Sequel, also is scheduled to launch on March 24th. All Season Pass content, including the new Claptastic Voyage and the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2 add-ons, will come as part of that package.



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