Borderlands 2′s new DLC TK Baha’s Bloody Harvest available tomorrow

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By on October 21, 2013 at 1:56 pm

Borderlands 2, the game that couldn’t be stopped. Yes, Gearbox have announced that the first DLC from their Headhunters series will be available on Mac, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 tomorrow – the 22nd of October. (which generally means around 6PM AEDT.)

TK Baha’s Bloody Harvest – as PC Gamer notes this first Headhunter add-on is called – puts you back in touch with TK Baha from the first game, who sends you into the Pumpkin Kingpin’s pumpkin patch, which is significantly more dangerous than regular pumpkin patches.

Once there you will search for pieces of a key which will allow you to take down the Pumpkin Kingpin himself, then wear his head like a severely demented version of Mission Impossible. Bloody Harvest will be available for $2.99 USD, which is a pretty reasonable price, even if you can finish it in one sitting.

Source: PC Gamer

5 comments (Leave your own)

I’m expecting it to be US$5.99 on AU Steam.

 

Only 9 days after they released the GOTY… Brilliant.

 

PalZer0,

Oh yeah, I forgot about the Australia tax :/

 

korten,

You should of waited for the GOLY edition.

 

PalZer0:
I’m expecting it to be US$5.99 on AU Steam.

Turns out I was close to the mark. It’s US$4.99 on AU Steam.
http://store.steampowered.com/app/245890/?cc=au

I still don’t see the point of it though.

EDIT: Green Man Gaming have it up for the regular US price for now.
http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/au/en/pc/games/rpgs/borderlands-2-headhunter-1-tk-bahas-bloody-harvest/

At the moment, it appears that there aren’t any current vouchers that work with it though.

 
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