Classic game remasters look to be having a good year in 2020. With all the recent news about the upcoming Crysis Remastered coming there is another from that era worth noting. Borderlands came out in 2009 and it had a remastered version arrive in 2019. This innovative take on the shoot and loot genre quickly gained a fan base with its original release. The GOTY edition upped the ante with upgrading the graphics to 4K and, of course, including all the DLC. Now people can either replay or venture in these wastelands for the first time for free. This free to play offer is on Steam for a limited time until April 23rd.
Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition is now available to play for free for a limited time* on both Steam and Xbox One. This enhanced Ultra HD remaster of the original shooter-looter includes all four of the DLC add-ons, so in addition to the main campaign you can play through The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned, Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot, The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, and Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution.
Players who purchase the game will have their progress transferred over to the bought version. Steam also has the game on sale right now with a 67% discount. This brings the price down to $9.90. The latest installment, Borderlands 3, became available on Steam back in March. A live action movie is now in the works for Borderlands as well.