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Thursday, 12 August 2010 10:31

Fourth Borderlands DLC finally gets named

Written by David Stellmack


Will be called Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution
It has been now confirmed that the fourth (and likely final DLC pack) for Borderlands will be called “Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution” by developer Gearbox. The latest add-on pack will cost 800 Microsoft Points, or $9.99, when it arrives this September.

From what we know about Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution so far, it will ask players to end an uprising of machines. It has been described as a civil war between the Hyperion Corporation and the Ninja Assassin led Claptraps.

If Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution follows the pattern that Gearbox has established with previous DLC releases for Borderlands, it should be a good extension of the game that players will enjoy.
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