Tiny Tina’s Wonderland is due out this Friday, March 25th, and critics have spoken out about the looter shooter ahead of its release.
In this fantasy-themed Borderlands spin-off, Tiny Tina guides you through a realm of cities, mushroom forests, fortresses and more, all connected by a vast overworld.
You create your own hero using a multi-class system that allows you to mix and match six character skill trees, each with their own abilities. As you play, you can level up, refine your build, expand your arsenal, and become the “Ultimate Destiny Maker.”
In combat, you can use spells, weapons, and action abilities against enemies like dragons, slapping skeletons, roaming sharks, and giant bosses.
The story can be played alone or with up to three friends in online multiplayer or local split-screen.
Voice actors include Andy Samberg (SNL, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as Captain Valentine, the role of rule-obsessed robot Frette, comedian Wanda Sykes, and Ashly Bruch returns as Tiny Tina.
During your quest to find the Dragon Lord, played by Will Arnett (Arrested Development) and his Skeleton Army, you’ll meet other misfits like Queen Butt Stallion, a lute-wielding “Barbarian” and your very own Fairy Punchfather.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will be available on March 25th for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and PC via the Epic Games Store exclusively at launch and later on other PC digital stores in 2022.
The game will also use a Season Pass. Available as a standalone purchase or as part of the Chaotic Great Edition, the Season Pass includes four DLC drops featuring bosses and new settings, a seventh class that expands the multiclass system, and a range of cosmetics in the Butt Stallion Pack.
Rating scores are listed below, with ten being the highest unless otherwise noted.
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