Battleborn post-launch plans combines free and paid DLC

Players will be able to enjoy free DLC, while those who really enjoy Battleborn can opt-in for the paid DLC.


2K has revealed its post-launch plans for Battleborn, which it says it plans on adding more value to the base game in the form of both free content updates and paid add-on packs.

Starting with the free content updates, Battleborn will receive five new playable heroes sometime after launch across all platforms, bringing the total roster of Heroes to 30. Additional competitive multiplayer modes, maps, balance updates, and community features will also be released for free.

A total of five new add-on packs are planned to be released sometime after Battleborn’s launch. Each pack will retail for $4.99 each and include a PvE Story Operation, exclusive skins, and taunts. All five packs can be purchased as part of the game’s Season Pass for $19.99, although if you plan on enjoying the full Battleborn experience, you can purchase a Digital Deluxe Edition of the game for $74.99. This edition of the game includes the base game, its Season Pass, and additional cosmetic customizations.

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    March 16, 2016 8:21 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Battleborn post-launch plans combines free and paid DLC

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      March 16, 2016 8:27 AM


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        March 16, 2016 8:31 AM

        This is first person I believe.

        It could just be another blip and everyone seems to be comparing it to Overwatch.

        I think they pretty much have to build a niche and get word of mouth about a solid game. The hype train moments have passed.

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          March 16, 2016 8:33 AM


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            March 16, 2016 8:40 AM

            Paragon is F2P and third person right?

            Paladins is apparently in the mix too.

            I agree there will be a lot of also rans. Battleborn may appeal to the Borderlands crowd who wanted more MP options though.

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        March 16, 2016 9:36 AM

        It's 2K implementing what they think they've learned from the E4olve disaster, but with a game that has no apparent unique traits.

        It's a somewhat undefined, bland looking entry in a genre that's going to feel very crowded, very quickly.

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        March 16, 2016 9:42 AM

        The videos I watched made it look boring as hell.

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