Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands four-part season pass will bring new bosses, levels, and a new class.
Each instalment of the post-launch content will take players to a new illusionary world, each with five levels and a final boss fight to cap things off.
Developer Gearbox made the announcement today but didn’t say when each of the four content drops will be coming, though the game itself launches on March 25.
Upon release of the final DLC, players with the season pass will also receive a new, seventh class that comes with its own unique class feat, action skills, and skill tree. No details have been announced as to what this class is, so their abilities remain a mystery for now.
The content can be accessed through the season pass, or each of the four “Mirror of Mystery” content packs can be purchased individually. Gearbox has yet to real exact pricing, but the Chaotic Great Edition of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands comes with the season pass and is around $20 more expensive than the standard PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series editions of the game, and $30 more than the PS4 and Xbox One editions.
Gearbox said the post-launch content is intended for replayability as well, as the final boss in each area will grow more powerful each time, and beating them again and again will allow you to earn legendary loot.
Upon the first completion of each DLC, the levels and boss fights will also be added to the “pool of possibilities in the Chaos Chamber”, meaning it will add to the endlessly replayable endgame of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
The season pass will also include the Butt Stallion pack, which contains a variety of cosmetic items: the Diamond Guard Armor Presets (three items), the Crystal Glitter Makeup Pack (five items), the Adamant Throne Banner Set (two items), and the Diamond Hero Statue Material.
Over on PC, for a limited time orders of Wonderlands from the Epic Games Store will also provide a Diamond Pony Glider for use in Fortnite.
In our final preview of the game, IGN said: “The mechanics of Wonderlands are solid, built on the tried and true Borderlands formula, and its pedigree is undeniable.”
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale.
Source: IGN Video Games All