This week, not only the launch of Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 3, about which we told you earlier here, has taken place. Also, Gearbox Software together with Humble Bundles online store have announced a special collection titled The Humble Borderlands Bundle. It will be suitable for those who weren’t familiar with this universe earlier and who are willing to dive into thrilling adventures on Pandora.
The Humble Borderlands Bundle, which is already available for purchase, consists of several variations with different prices. Each of them includes not only a copy of the first or the second games in the series but also several add-ons to them. The project is charitable, so that’s why the starting price begins from $1. Further, it increases despite on what you’d like to add to your purchase.
So, having paid $1 (or more if you wish), the players will get the original Borderlands game and such DLCs as Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot, The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned and The Secret Armory of General Knoxx.
For more money or, to be exact, for $6.31 The Humble Borderlands Bundle will include all above mentioned content as well as Borderlands 2 and the following DLCs: Creature Slaughterdome, Mechromancer Pack and Psycho Pack. Besides, the buyers will receive a coupon with a 75% discount for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel game and even more bonuses, which will be revealed later.
And finally, those who will pay $15 and more will get all listed earlier content, the additional Borderlands 2 DLCs - Son of Crawmerax, Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2 - and the project’s Season Pass with four campaigns and Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack.
While purchasing The Humble Borderlands Bundle, the players will have an ability to allocate the money between the developers and in support of National Videogame Museum in Texas. The offer expires on July 7th.
So, what do you think about such an idea from Gearbox Software?