Skip to main content
  1. Tech
  2. Games
  3. Consoles

Randy Pitchford comments on the ‘Borderlands 2’ level-cap increase price point

See also

Randy Pitchford, President of Gearbox Software, today commented on the fact that the developer is charging for the upcoming level-cap increase releasing for “Borderlands 2” next week. The DLC which will increase the game’s current level-cap from 50 to 61 will cost $4.99 on the Playstation Network and 400 Microsoft Points via Xbox Live. Pitchford reassures fans that the $5 price for this DLC isn’t arbitrary and is a result of thousands of hours the team took developing the level-cap increase alongside a third playthrough of the game. Randy Pitchford’s full statement which he made on Monday, March 25 is as follows.

More Photos

It's just $5 for 1000's of hours of work in design, engineering and balancing. If it is not worth it to you, it is elective.

Since work on a level-cap increase for “Borderlands 2” was first announced, Randy Pitchford asked gamers to be patient because the feat would take development and balancing. So this news keeps in line with what the developer has prepared players for all along. It’s also worth mentioning that the level-cap increasing DLC will be free to Season Pass holders. This is a complete bonus as this was never listed as any part of the Season Pass description when it was originally revealed.

Borderlands 2” is out now on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC/Mac.

Follow the Console Game Examiner
Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | Raptr | Google+

Comments

Advertisement

Don't Miss

  • Division
    Ubisoft Massive exclusive: 'The Division', PS4 & Xbox One, Activision to Ubisoft & more
    Camera
    Games Exclusive
  • Coffee
    A new app allows users to buy unlimited coffee for $45 a month
    Video
    Tech Buzz
  • Dragon
    'Dragon Age: Inquisition' launches this October on PS4 and Xbox One, trailer inside
    Games News
  • Computers
    AT&T looks to bring high-speed internet networks to 100 cities
    Tech News
  • Upcoming
    These are 2014's biggest PS4, Xbox One and Wii U games
    Camera
    Games Feature
  • I Am Alive App
    An app out of Lebanon allows users to alert their loved ones they are alive after a bombing
    Video
    Headlines

User login

Log in
Sign in with your email and password. Or reset your password.
Write for us
Interested in becoming an Examiner and sharing your experience and passion? We're always looking for quality writers. Find out more about Examiner.com and apply today!