By FileTrekker 4 years ago, last updated 4 years ago
We already had strong suspicions that Borderlands 2 VR was going to make it's way to PC in the near future, when we noted that the ESRB had filed a mature rating for such a game back in June - it's all official now, though, with a new trailer confirming the release this fall.
It won't just be a vanilla re-release, though, as the game will feature "exclusive new skills to virtually pay the bills" according to the trailer, which will include a new slow-motion ability named "Bad Ass Mega Fun Time" or BAMF - as well as a teleportation system. The good news is that there's also going to be a free update adding DLC to the PS4 version, so hopefully the same DLC will feature in the PC release too.
Much like the PS4 version, expect this to be only the single player campaign (multiplayer VR sounds like it'd be more complicated than it is worth) - but stay tuned to GameFront for any further news as we learn it.
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