Borderlands Update to Bring Multiplayer Back to Pandora

One of the most popular casualties of the gamespy shutdown was the cartoonish, yet awesome game, Borderlands. 2k Games heard the cries of the fans and were looking into a way to prevent the titles cooperative multiplayer aspect, the main reason to play the game, from being shuttered for good.

Fast forward to this month and Borderlands fans get quite a bit of good news. In a future update detailed on the Steam forums, SecuRom has been completely removed from the game and any DLC and a tool to convert your retail disc into a steam version of the title will be made available.

This means that Borderlands will now run its multiplayer straight through Steamworks! Dust off those Borderlands and Borderlands GOTY discs boys and girls, multiplayer is finally making a return.

Strauss Zelnick, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., is the head of ZelnickMedia, an investor in both Take-Two and Defy Media, LLC, our parent company. This article was published without approval or consent of ZelnickMedia or Take-Two.

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