Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is now available to pre-purchase on Steam, among other digital retailers! Those who already own Borderlands or Borderlands 2 will also receive a 10% discount by pre-purchasing on Steam before August 25.
But wait, there's more! All pre-ordered copies of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel come with action packed bonus content, the Shock Drop Slaughter Pit!
Now is also a great opportunity to recruit new Vault Hunters to your cause, as Borderlands 2 is FREE TO PLAY (!!) on Steam now through 1PM PST on Sunday, August 24. And if all that wasn't enough, Borderlands titles and add-ons, including Borderlands 2 Game of the Year, are now up to 75% off on Steam as part of the 2K Publisher Weekend.
TL;DR: There's a lot of really awesome Borderlands stuff going down on Steam now through August 25.
Issue one of the new Borderlands comic series, The Fall of Fyrestone, can be found on the shelves of your local comic book store today! For tech savvy fans, the series will also be available via beautiful e-reader magic on Amazon.
The Fall of Fyrestone is written by Gearbox's own Mikey Neumann and follows what happens to Roland, Mordecai, Lilith, and Brick after they step off of Marcus' bus in Borderlands. Check out the preview on Comicoisty.
More Borderlands skins are coming to Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition as part of Skin Pack 5 with Roland, Axton, Handsome Jack, Maya and Salvador joining Skin Pack 4's Mordecai, Lilith, Brick and Claptrap!
Skin Pack 5 for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition arrives Wednesday, July 31 at 160 Microsoft Points -- keep an eye on PlayXBLA.com for the latest there!
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Hi! I’m Jeff Broome. I’ve been a programmer here at Gearbox for 11 years. On our forum, I’m known as “botman”, and I’m here to tell you about a hobby of mine that makes use of the assets from some of the games that Gearbox has released. My hobby is making papercraft models from game assets. When I was a boy, my older brother and I loved to build models. We built model cars, model planes, and even model rockets which we would launch into the air from a field near our house. I’ve always loved working with computers and I’ve always loved working with my hands building things, so making papercraft models gives me a way to do both.
Papercraft models are created by printing out designs on sheets of paper, cutting them out, folding the pieces and gluing them together. It’s an inexpensive way to create your own models. There are some very simple and easy to assemble papercraft models for a novice builder and there are some that are much more intricate and time consuming for the more advanced builder. It doesn’t take a lot of skill or tools to get started and you can build something to keep forever that you can be proud of. When you become more familiar with the tools used to create papercraft models you can create your own designs. The only limit is your imagination and the time it takes to build the model. READ MORE...
We're excited to announce Borderlands Legends, an all-new action packed Borderlands experience designed specifically for mobile devices that's coming to iOS on October 31, 2012 at $4.99 on iPhone and $6.99 on iPad.
Like the original Borderlands and Borderlands 2, Borderlands Legends blends two popular genres, action RPG and strategy, to create addictive, isometric gameplay that lets players level up their characters – Brick, Mordecai, Lilith and Roland – while fending off relentless waves of Skags, Bandits, Psychos and Badasses with thousands of guns.
“Behind the big guns of Brick, Lilith, Mordecai, and Roland, fans of the franchise will be treated to a fresh take on the series' signature shoot-and-loot formula,” said Entertainment Weekly in a first look at Borderlands Legends.
The Borderlands universe is no longer just a console experience. With intuitive, touch-based commands and slick UI, Borderlands Legends combines the inventory and skill tree management that gamers already love about the franchise with a layer of strategy that is popular on mobile devices.
For more information about Borderlands Legends, including the world’s first look at the game, head over to Entertainment Weekly: http://popwatch.ew.com/2012/10/23/borderlands-legends/
Do you want to be in a video game? We're looking for someone to play the real-life version of Lilith in Borderlands 2!
If you are a female with the ability to clearly emote and communicate through facial expressions, this may be the perfect role for you!
Interested? Submit your online application at casting.gearboxsoftware.com before December 3 or attend the open casting call that will be held in Dallas on December 7 from 10AM to 4PM at:
4000 East Side Avenue
Dallas, TX 75226
For additional details, please visit: casting.gearboxsoftware.com.
Meet Patton, a home-assembled CL4P-TP unit sent in by Aaron d.
"We built this from scraps as an afternoon of 'arts and crafts' time," the proud father explained. "It was actually a family affair: Jillian (10), Ryleigh (8), Asher (6). We found a Lego piece that said 'P-A7-70N' so we've of course named him 'Patton.'"
The new Borderlands 1.4.2 Update is now available to Steam users. This update adds BTest functionality and Steam Cloud saves. Read on for more details...
Joey R. and Becky H. came to San Diego Comic-Con 2011 as Borderlands' Mordecai and Lilith. Nice work!