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Jeremy Harnage
Check Out The Borderlands 2 Vita Bundle
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04.09.14 - 2:55 AM

Sony, Iron Galaxy Studios, Gearbox Software, and 2K Games have come together to offer a Borderlands 2 PlayStation Vita bundle. The bundle itself releases on May 6th and comes with the slimmer, WiFi Vita model, an 8GB Vita memory card, and the game. This specific model comes with 1GB of internal memory, an HD LCD display, longer battery life, and a new design geared towards making the Vita easier to hold. Altogether, the bundle is set to cost $199.99.

It's worth noting that this version of the game will also come with the following DLC packs:

  • Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate’s Booty
  • Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage
  • Psycho Class Pack
  • Mechromancer Class Pack
  • Ultimate Vault Hunter’s Upgrade Pack
  • Collector’s Edition pack

The stand-alone game will come out via the PlayStation Network and retailers on May 13th, giving those looking to purchase the bundle even more incentive to do so. Regardless of how you choose to purchase the game, cross-save features are enabled, ensuring seamless transitioning from your Vita to your PlayStation.


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