Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands DLC Will Add New Bosses, Levels, and Class to Boost Replayability

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands DLC Will Add New Bosses, Levels, and Class to Boost Replayability

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands four-part season passes will introduce new bosses, new levels, and a brand new class.

Each installment of the post-launch content takes players to a different illusionary world with five levels and a boss fight to end it all.

Gearbox, the developer made the announcement today. However, they didn't specify when each of four content drops would be happening. The game launches on March 25, however.

Players who have purchased the season pass will receive the final DLC. This new class comes with its own class feat, action skill, and skill tree. The class' abilities are still unknown, and no details have been released.

Each of the four “Mirror of Mystery”, content packs can be purchased separately or the season pass can be used to access the content. Gearbox is yet to release pricing information, but the Chaotic Great Edition Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, which comes with the season subscription, costs about $20 more than the standard PlayStation 5/ Xbox Series editions, and $30 less than the PS4/ Xbox One editions.

Gearbox explained that post-launch content will be replayable, with each boss becoming more powerful, so beating them repeatedly will earn you legendary loot.

After each DLC is completed, all levels and boss fights are added to the “pools of possibilities in Chaos Chamber”, which will allow for endless replayability of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

The season pass includes the Butt Stallion Pack, which includes a variety cosmetic items. These include the Diamond Guard Armor Presets (3 items), Crystal Glitter Makeup Pack (5 items), Adamant Throne Banner Set (2 items) and the Diamond Hero Statue Materials (two).

For a limited time, orders of Wonderlands from Epic Games Store will include a Diamond Pony Glider that can be used in Fortnite.

IGN's final preview of Wonderlands stated that the mechanics are solid and built on the proven Borderlands formula. Its pedigree is undeniable.”

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer and occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale

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