News | Tiny Tina's Wonderlands launches on Steam today

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands should be available on Steam sometime today.

It was already known that the game would also come to Steam, but it has now been announced that the release date is today. Both a standard edition and Chaotic Great edition will be available. The latter includes the game’s Season Pass. The Molten Mirrors expansion will also be released today, which includes new enemies.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands was released on March 25 on Epic Games Store, as well as on PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The game lets players create and customize their own heroes and search for loot like in the Borderlands games. You take on the dangerous Dragon Lord and many other monsters in an imaginatively designed game world. Tiny Tina creates this game world and changes the rules constantly. The game features a cooperative playable campaign for up to four players.


News | Gearbox announces new Tales from the Borderlands

Gearbox has announced that it is working on a new Tales from the Borderlands. The game is scheduled for release in 2022. Unfortunately this time Tales without Telltale.

That was revealed during the Gearbox presentation at Pax East in Boston. The game is published by 2K and developed by Gearbox. This project has been secretly worked on for years. In the game, players get to work with new characters and new stories.

The first Tales of the Borderlands was released in 2014 and was still being developed by Telltale Games. That studio went bankrupt in November 2018. The game was based on Borderlands 2 and took players through the story in five episodes. It is not yet known what the new game will be about.


News | Borderlands 3 will get cross-play on PlayStation

Cross-play should also be added to the PlayStation version of Borderlands 3 sometime this spring. Cross-play has been available for some time on other systems

That was announced during Gearbox Software’s PaxEast presentation. In-game cross-play was already available on all other systems, but it will also be added to the PlayStation version of the game this spring. Then players on PlayStation, Xbox, PC and Stadia can play with each other.

Gearbox also announced a new Tales from the Borderlands during the presentation. The first game was released in 2014 and was still being developed by Telltale Games, but the sequel is being developed by Gearbox itself.