Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, the Borderlands-meet-DND spinoff from earlier this year, is finally available on Steam, publisher 2K Games and developer Gearbox Software announced today. You will be able to play it on June 23.
Two different versions will be available – Standard and, as Gearbox calls it, “Chaotic Great Edition.” The latter includes the game’s season pass and the Dragon Lord Pack’s Bonus Content, which, among other things, adds cosmetic content. The Fancy Edition also comes with (sigh) the Butt Stallion cosmetic pack and four Mirrors of Mystery DLC. Versions are available for $59.99 and $79.99 USD respectively.
Across all platforms, Molten Mirrors (Mirrors of Mystery DLC’s third DLC) will also be released on June 23. Gearbox details:
In Molten Mirrors, players will battle Fyodor the Soul Warden, the ruler of a horde of lost souls deep within his mountain stronghold. To break their chains, players need to defeat Fyodor’s murderous mechanized defenses, which include terror-powered turrets, flaming furnaces, and bone-crushing hammers, all in when looting for new weapons, equipment, and cosmetic items.
The final Mirrors of Mystery DLC is slated to be released later this year for Season Pass or Chaotic Great Edition holders. It will add a new playable class. “This magical elementalist attracts spirits and summons storms to destroy enemies with poison and elemental damage,” Gearbox said in a press release. a press release.
According to our reviewer, Tiny Tina’s Wonderland is really good. As we said, it’s “optimistic and enjoyable from start to finish, offering a rewarding adventure filled with goofy characters, imaginative bosses, and a great sense of ownership for the staff.” your stuff through it all.”