Borderlands 2 fans shouldn’t expect future DLC to be a second “season” of content, says Pitchford

Saturday, 14 September 2013 19:12 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Gearbox Software president Randy Pitchford has said not to expect future content for Borderlands 2 to be on par with Season One DLC. Granted, it’s value will “exceed” its cost, he says, but at the same time players shouldn’t have high expectations for the content.

Speaking in an interview with Digital Trends, Pitchford said the team at Gearbox is still building new “new things” for Borderlands 2, but it’s also busy developing new projects.

“We are still spending energy building new things for Borderlands 2, but we are also building new things for the future,” he said. “We’re building some new things for next-generation consoles, we’re creating some new IP, we’ve got a lot of attention diverting to other efforts beyond Borderlands 2.

“It’s not fair for me to say there’s another season. There’s not going to be as much new stuff, but the good news is, there’s more stuff and it’s awesome and the value of it will exceed the cost. But I don’t want anyone, later, saying: ‘Why wasn’t there a whole season like there was before?’

“There might turn out to be, but I can only see what we have in motion right now.”

The latest DLC for Borderlands 2 is the Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2.

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