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'Borderlands 2' Season Pass, 'XCOM: Enemy Unknown' discounted for PC at Amazon

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Amazon kicked off a weekend sale for downloadable 2K Games for the PC on Friday. This includes the Borderlands 2 Season Pass along with the game and other DLC plus XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Civilization V, NBA 2K13 and more.

The downloadable PC sale runs from Friday, March 29 through Sunday, March 31 at Amazon. The Borderlands 2 Season Pass is potentially the biggest draw in the bunch as its price was cut from $29.99 to $19.79. This follows on the heels of recent announcements of the a level cap increase DLC next week and the fourth DLC campaign due out in June for the shooter. Both come at no extra charge with the Season Pass along with the previously release campaign DLC.

The four DLC cost $10 each and the level cap increase DLC will be $4.99 for comparison.

Meanwhile, strategy title XCOM: Enemy Unknown and Civilization V can be had for $25 and $19.79 respectively. Sports fans can also pick up NBA 2K13 for just $9.99 and there's a mix of other titles on sale that includes Spec Ops: The Line, BioShock, the original Borderlands and more.

Note that most of the games sold through Amazon do require Steam. There are a handful that require Games for Windows or no DRM at all.

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