About four years ago when Gearbox announced that they'd be developing a new RPFPS game called Borderlands. I did not really know what to expect. I remember hearing about it all that year and I didn't want to get too excited. But I was pleasantly surprised by the game, a very addictive loot based shooter. Fortunately, the developer found a way to meltdown what makes Half-Life and Brothers in Arms so successful.
So with such a great game, it wasn't a surprise that they decided to bring another installment in the Borderlands game franchise. One of the previous game's faults was that you were literally stuck in a desert the entire time. Fortunately, that issue is corrected in the follow-up game. There's a large and varied land to explore; and offer a range of richer colors to allow each part to light up the screen. Like the previous game some textures still tend to appear but Borderlands 2 is still a visually stunning world, with plenty to offer. Players will find a lot of challenging enemies such as skags, bugs & general psychopaths. We also got six new playable characters including two DLC characters; such as Salvador the Gunzerker, Maya the Siren, Axton the Commando, Zero the Assassin, the fifth DLC character Gaige the Mechromancer and the upcoming sixth DLC character Krieg the Psycho. They all have exclusive skill sets that compliment them and offer a wide range of different builds and setups.
Krieg the Psycho, sixth Vault Hunter will be available for download on PS3, Xbox and PC for $9.99 or 800 Ms points on May 14, 2013.
Krieg the Psycho preview video