Borderlands 2′s next Headhunter DLC pack is the Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle-Gobbler

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By on November 21, 2013 at 9:11 am

Yes indeed, and The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle-Gobbler can be yours next week on November 26 for USD $2.99 (assuming it doesn’t get magically inflated for Australians).

This DLC is both Thanksgiving and Hunger Games-themed, and throws you into a contest hosted by Mr. Torgue where you must work to take down the fierce Wattle-Gobbler. Unfortunately, much like the Hunger Games (and Thanksgiving) the whole thing is rigged and you have to poison the Wattle-Gobbler in order to weaken it and claim victory.

IGN have snagged a fifteen-minute exclusive video of the DLC in action, which you can see by heading to their website. You can also learn more at Gearbox’s official announcement.

Source: IGN

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LOL!

 

That’s quite the assumption you’re making there Tim.

 
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