Borderlands: The Handsome Collection


We all knew it would happen. Not only is Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel coming to the PlayStation 4 but it also comes with Borderlands 2 and all the DLC. Check out the info and video below and let us know what you think of this in the comments below, especially concerning the Claptrap-in-a-Box Edition!

Great news! 2K and Gearbox announced today that Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One on March 24th, 2015 for $59.99. Fans will be able to experience Handsome Jack’s rise to power in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and his reign as maniacal Hyperion CEO in Borderlands 2, in one package and all in high definition. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection also includes all of the downloadable content for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and Borderlands 2. Another first in Borderlands history is 4-player split screen with up to four friends playing together on a single television. Additionally, accomplished Vault Hunters can even transfer their saves from prior-gen systems to next-gen within the same console family!

Also announced today, a very limited run of 5,000 Borderlands: The Handsome Collection Claptrap-in-a-Box Editions will be available on March 24, 2015 for $399 and will include a remote-controlled Claptrap that can speak in “Claptrap”, stream live footage and is fully mobile while balancing on one wheel. The Claptrap-in-a-Box Edition also comes with a collectible steel package and 12 exclusive lithographs.

Isn’t it great, let us know what you think in the comments below.

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  • London Rhodes

    Exactly why I didn’t buy this on PS3. I do wish these companies would be more transparent with these release plans though.

    • ChazzH69

      But that would have lost them sales on the PS3 versions. At the end of the day, they are in it to make money.

      • London Rhodes

        The best companies are the ones that try to respect their consumers. If you create an antagonistic relationship with your fans. It’ll will work against you in the long run.

        I also really dislike the viewpoint that we as consumers are supposed to be “ok” with companies making as much money as possible at the expense of the consumer. If we as the consumers just happily accept it when companies do this it will only get worst.

        All that said I think think packaging to games in with lots of DLC eases a lot of butthurt.

        • ChazzH69

          I do agree with you and with this game I’m glad it isn’t just a straight port. This seems like good value, unless you own every bit of it on the PS3.