Borderlands 2′s Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle-Gobbler is now gobbling away on Steam

Borderlands 2

By on November 27, 2013 at 7:48 pm

Not enough gigantic monster turkey in your life? Remedy your strangely specific problem with The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle-Gobbler, the new Headhunter Pack DLC for Borderlands 2 which has just launched today.

Priced at $4.99 — find it on Steam here — the DLC is a bizarre mishmash of Thanksgiving and The Hunger Games and requires you to slay a giant turkey monster, presumably while being yelled at by Mr. Torgue.

I’m not really sure what else to say about, so please, go out and enjoy! Learn some more about it here at Gearbox’s official page.

5 comments (Leave your own)

Thank you, I got mah Excision Messinian. Got Mah Coffee and got a day off Here we go!

 

I am confused as to why they keep releasing paid DLC after they have already released the GOTY edition of Borderlands 2. Isn’t the idea of a GOTY copy to include of all the DLC?

 

It includes a lot of DLC in the GOTY. Try working out what to buy when you first get the game it’s a nightmare.
After the brought it out they are still releasing DLC but short ones. 1-2 hours long.

 

I guest people assume the GOTY edition is meant to be the be-all and end-all of versions including all dlc and upgrades. In my opinion that would be a Director’s Cut version.

 

Traditionally GOTY does package every last bit of content ever released so the confusion and frustration is understandable. Personally I think Gearbox has been very dodgy in how they’ve been handling their DLC packages. I don’t want to buy 50 individual pieces of DLC, I want a one off purchase thank you very much.

 
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