Borderlands 2′s short film is a prologue to Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep

Borderlands 2

By on August 30, 2013 at 10:27 am

The mysterious short film that Gearbox have been teasing this past week has been revealed as +5 to Punching: A Bunkers & Badasses Prologue, starring Tiny Tina and Brick escaping the clutches of Hyperion.

The short serves as an introduction to Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon’s Keep, the recently-released DLC which rounded off the Borderlands 2 storyline (get our review here).

Check it out below. If you haven’t picked up Borderlands 2 yet, you might be keen to read about the Game of the Year edition they just announced?

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This would have made much more sense to release before the DLC but it’s still good.

 

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This would have made much more sense to release before the DLC but it’s still good.

Yeah.

But after playing it, I now want to go on and blow up the moonbase as well. Ready for the next DLC.

 
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