Borderlands Board Game Goes Live On Kickstarter
Many board games are based on video games. Another hit title, Borderlands, saw its official Kickstarter release. The creators could fund the project quickly, and the backers exceeded their expectations. Many stretch goals have been achieved thanks to the fans.
Borderlands is a popular western-style videogame where players try to find “The Vault,” a mysterious place. They must shoot, loot and explore levels to unlock weapons and other items. Couch co-op allows players to play the game on two consoles simultaneously. Borderlands was first released in 2009. It has been prevalent since its release. The series has four installments, and each one brings back players with new challenges and fun DLC.
Monster Fight Club released Kickstarter. Borderlands is a cooperative, multiplayer board game that uses Borderlands games. The pledge goal of $80,000 was met in 15 minutes. There are many more stretch goals. The project currently stands at $380,000, with unlocked nine stretch goals. These stretch goals include new characters, such as Claptrap, which everyone loves, new cards that increase bounties, and an objective that allows players to upgrade their vending machines. Mr. Torgue, the title character, sends out waves of baddies at players to make them the “Ultimate Badass.” The Kickstarter page provides detailed information about the game and includes a video showing how to play. It is exciting to see what they store for us with only 20 days left.
The characters and inspiration for the board game appear to come from Borderlands DLC Mr. Torque’s Campaign of Carnage. Mister Torgues Arena Of Badassery has two funding options. The first level is the “Arena Casualty,” which costs $85, while the second is the “True Badass,” which costs $135. Contributors to the “Arena Casualty,” which costs $85, will get a copy of the base game and no stretch goals. The “True Badass,” on the other hand, the ” True Badass ” gives backers access to the main game and any stretch goals that aren’t yet unlocked.
Borderlands is not the first board game that has been teased this year. Concerned Ape, a developer, dropped the Stardew Valley board game in February without any notice. These two games are very different, but board games based on video games are growing in popularity. The Borderlandsboardgame is sure to provide a fun and exciting challenge for families and friends to play together. It’s similar to a video game.
Gearbox Software’s co-founder and CEO Randy Pitchford have confirmed that a new Borderlands installment is currently being produced at the Frisco-based development studio. Unfounded rumors about the next Borderlands entry recently circulated, and the executive felt the need to make a statement.
According to a Gamereactor report, a second Borderlands spinoff was in the works. Fans may not be aware of this. Some other speculation suggested that Gearbox would be the project’s co-developer, but this was not stated in the Gamereactor article. Many speculated that the franchise might be exploring another adventure in the style of the Pre-Sequel. 2 K Australia created this 2012 release. It is set between Borderlands 2. These rumors, according to Gearbox CEO, are false.
Yesterday, Randy Pitchford debunked these claims in a Twitter posting. He clarified that Gearbox Software isn’t “assisting on a new Borderlands Project. The executive said that Gearbox would be the lead developer for any future entries in the franchise. Pitchford then tweeted that the studio was “definitely working to create some amazing stuff.” Pitchford then used the opportunity to promote Gearbox’s “Careers” before further teasing the team’s efforts at developing the next “big” Borderlands adventure.