Despite being more than six years old at this point, Borderlands 2 seems like one of those perennial games that people keep returning to.
One unknown right now is if Borderlands 2 VR will include any of the DLC expansions as part of its experience or just the base Borderlands 2 game, which is still a massive amount of content for a virtual reality looter shooter. People will be able to choose between moving with the joysticks or using pointed-teleportation, as far as control schemes are concerned. While some fans may be upset the developer is seemingly twiddling their thumbs and doing anything they can to avoid working on the next installment, hopefully, those looking to satisfy their Borderlands craving can do so with the PlayStation VR version. Are you excited to play Borderlands 2 with a VR headset? Since this is a VR edition of the game they chose to take out the multiplayer aspect. You can navigate menus with the PlayStation Move controllers, allowing for clicking, dragging, and dropping. Other multiplayer-focused skills in Borderlands 2 have been updated to reflect the exclusively single-player experience of Borderlands 2 VR.
On the heels of juggernauts like Fallout 4 and Skyrim, Borderlands 2 is the latest full game to get a PlayStation VR adaptation.
First-person driving with head-aimed weapons?
Borderlands 2 VR hopes to aid that with a new slow-mo feature called BAMF Time (Bad Ass Mega Fun Time, if you couldn't tell) that will slow own the action in battle, making it somewhat easier to gun down chainsaw-wielding assailants.
2K and Gearbox Software plan to bring Borderlands fans deeper into Pandora than every before on December 14, when a retooled version of Borderlands 2 launches on PlayStation VR. Plus, lust after procedurally-generated shields, grenades, relics, class mods and more for maximum power and mayhem!