The latest downloadable installment for sci-fi shooter Borderlands has been made official. The fourth Borderlands DLC is dubbed "Claptrap's New Robot Revolution".
Gearbox Software and 2K Games will take the currently release downloadable content for their hit Borderlands and slap it on some DVDs next month with the release of the Borderlands Add-On Pack.
Note we didn't say "free." Because it's not. No, PC gamer, The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned will run you $9.99, like the rest of the console peons, no more and no less.
Borderlands expands Pandora's borders with the downloadable Zombie Island of Dr. Ned, a new landmass that's infected with all manner of spook, from reanimated corpses to half-man, half-skag abominations. Yup, Borderlands got itself some zombie killin' too!
Maybe gene-splicing (or zombie-making) is an elective? Or an online-only course?
Who's excited about fresh Borderlands content? Even if it's zombie-related? I know I am, planning on downloading The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned as soon as is humanly possible. Or within my window of laziness. Anyway...
Gearbox Software's Borderlands will expand its borders on November 24, with the release of The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned, the game's previously announced downloadable expansion, the one that puts a little check mark in the now-obligatory "Has zombies." box.