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Second Level Cap Coming This Fall to Borderlands 2
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Second Level Cap Coming This Fall to Borderlands 2

More DLC campaigns on the way as well!

Gearbox and Borderlands 2 simply won’t stop providing gamers content, and we aren’t complaining about it one bit. Yet another level cap bump along with a ton more content will be arriving beginning this fall for anyone wanting to continue their Vault Hunting escapades.

Among the many things being offered in the upcoming “Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2: Digistruct Peak Challenge”, players will be very happy to hear that all their characters will be able to raise their levels to the new maximum of 72! This second increase from the current maximum, lvl 61, will give those dedicated fans a reason to keep trucking through the ranks and create those fully fleshed out classes they’ve always dreamed of. This level cap upgrade will be available for 400 Microsoft Points upon release.

Ever since the completion of the Season Pass, gamers have been clamoring for more Borderlands 2 content,” stated President of 2K, Christoph Hartmann, “Starting this fall, fans will get a surge of new content further expanding the world of Pandora; giving players more reasons to stay engaged in the action-packed world of Borderlands 2.

Even more skins and heads than the previous packs to arrive later on.

With all this leveling up, why not test your invincible might on some new, epic boss battles as well? To compliment these new strength/skill increases, a whole slew of brand new, ultimate baddies, along with addition of new head/skin sets and loot to complete everyone’s characters, will also be coming as individual DLC packs over time. Each pack will contain one quest, leading up to an epic boss battle, where unique head/skins/loot drops will occur. The first set will come during the time of the Upgrade Pack 2 this fall and continue on into the following year. More head/skin sets will be available as well for only 80 MSP each, if players want to easily grab some instant content. Randy Pitchford of Gearbox Software expressed his excitement for their continued support of their beloved game release nearing one year ago:

The development team at Gearbox Software is very proud of the content included in the Season Pass, but we want our fans to know we’re not finished with Pandora yet,” said Randy Pitchford, President of Gearbox Software. “Soon Vault Hunters will be able to take all six Borderlands characters to powerful new levels, while outfitting them with the most badass heads and skins to date.

Remember that the current Borderlands 2 Season Pass is still going on, which offers a ton of DLC campaigns, most recently Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, to keep everyone busy until the fall. Keep all your calendars open for some extreme Vault Hunter overtime!