Hey Vault Hunters! Kicking off E3 with a surprise, 2K Games, Gearbox Software, and Gearbox Studio Québec have announced that Borderlands 2: Commander Lilith & The Fight for Sanctuary is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam.
Commander Lilith & The Fight for Sanctuary is a new downloadable campaign expansion for Borderlands 2 – the award-winning shooter-looter that originally launched in 2012 – that brings players back to the wilds of Pandora for a brand new adventure that sets the stage for Borderlands 3 (launching 13 September).
Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Handsome Collection product owners will be able to download this DLC for free until July 8 at 11: 59:59 pm PDT. Don’t own Borderlands 2 yet? Good news!
- Microsoft has announced that Borderlands: The Handsome Collection has joined the Xbox Game Pass program, making it available to Game Pass subscribers at no additional cost.
- In addition, PlayStation Plus subscribers also download Borderlands: The Handsome Collection for free on PlayStation 4 until 2 July as part of this month’s Instant Game Collection.
Commander Lilith & the Fight for Sanctuary takes place shortly after the events of the main story in Borderlands 2. Sanctuary is under siege, the Vault Map has been stolen, and toxic gas is poisoning Pandora. You’ll step back into the boots of legendary Vault Hunters Maya, Salvador, Axton, Zer0, Gaige or Krieg to battle new bosses, explore new areas, and collect new loot, including an entirely new tier beyond Legendary. Join up with Lilith and the Crimson Raiders to take on a deranged villain hell-bent on claiming the Vault Map for himself.
If you haven’t played Borderlands 2 to completion, don’t worry, you’ll still be able to jump right in and enjoy this story expansion. While veteran players can pursue the new level cap of 80, newcomers will be able to create a brand new level 30 Vault Hunter at the Select Character screen and dive straight into the action.
The Outer Worlds to launch on 25 October
Hero? Villain? Lunatic? Your decisions drive the outcome in The Outer Worlds, an immersive single-player sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment and Private Division. Along with the release date, a new trailer has also been released.
Click below to watch the trailer and to read more about the game.
From the renowned RPG (role-playing game) developer, Obsidian Entertainment, comes The Outer Worlds, a dark and witty player-driven story set in a colony at the farthest reaches of the galaxy. As the cold, firm grasp of corporate bureaucracy starts to unravel due to one unknown visitor – the player – the character the player decides to become – will determine how the story unfolds. Their choices will affect the way the story develops, as well as their character progression, companion stories, and endgame scenarios.
“When I found myself contractually obligated to work with Leonard, we decided to make the game we always wanted,” said Tim Cain, co-game director at Obsidian. “A game where player agency matters, and allows you to approach any situation however you’d like. Because it’s your story. And, because we haven’t figured out how to contractually oblige you to play how we want you to. Yet.”
The Outer Worlds presents its players with a variety of options to play through the game. With an array of ranged and melee sci-fi weaponry at a player’s disposal, they can also solve issues with good, old-fashioned spoken diplomacy, or even leadership-driven delegation to their companions.
“All kidding aside,” said Leonard Boyarsky, co-game director at Obsidian, “Tim is truly honored to be working with me again on a game that focuses not only on a player-driven story, but also on establishing a new universe that is fun for players to explore with depth, humor, and corporate approved action.”
“Obsidian has such a great history when it comes to creating exceptional single-player RPGs,” said Allen Murray, VP of Production. “The Outer Worlds is unmistakably an Obsidian game, delivering an experience rich with dark humor, interesting characters, and plenty of player agency.”
The game is set to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on 25 October.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbox Six Siege reveals Operation Phantom Sight
Rediscover the glitz and glamour of Kafe Dostoyevsky in a major map rework alongside two new eye-opening Operators in the second season of Rainbox Six Siege Year 4.
Click below to watch the trailer and to read about the game.
Ubisoft has announced the full details of the second season of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 4 content. Operation Phantom Sight introduces a new Attacker and Defender, Nøkk and Warden, as well as a major map rework of Kafe Dostoyevsky, situated at the heart of Moscow. It will also introduce changes to the recently implemented feature, Reverse Friendly Fire, as well as updates to the Rainbow Six Siege storefront and the Ranked playlist.
In this new season, Nøkk and Warden will redefine how intel is gathered as the newest additions to the Rainbow Six Siege Operator line-up. Armed with her FMG-9 and SIX12-SD, Nøkk uses her high-tech HEL Presence Reduction gadget to quietly navigate behind enemy lines, invisible to cameras and drones alike. Warden uses his Glance Smartglasses to enhance his vision, providing him with better visibility in smoke as well as immunity to flashes while remaining still. His M590A1 and MPX makes him a powerful anchor in defence.
In addition to these two new Rainbow recruits, players will be able to explore the map rework of Kafe Dostoyevsky, which incorporates significant changes to the current map in order to open up and diversify gameplay: the first floor has been redesigned, new Bomb sites appear on the second floor, and there are many other updates to gameplay opportunities. Other features that will be introduced in the upcoming season include further updates to Reverse Friendly Fire based on data and community feedback, a reworked Ranked playlist and a new in-game storefront.
The Test Server for Operation Phantom Sight is live now. The Test Server is an alternative version of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, allowing players to test upcoming gameplay features that will make their way into the main game itself. Since this is a testing environment, a consistent gameplay experience is not guaranteed on the Test Server.
For more information about Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, please visit: https://rainbow6.ubisoft.com.