Downloadable content will likely be a big part of how Gearbox Software plans to keep players exploring in Borderlands 2. The developer has already confirmed that there will be a roster of content that will arrive following the release, as evidenced by the game’s season pass offered at release.
In a recent Borderlands 2 panel during the Gearbox Software Community Day, Randy Pitchford the CEO of the company, spoke candidly about what some of this DLC might entail.
“I’ve always wanted to ride a sail barge and drive a sand skiff. I’ve always wanted to do that, and we’ve got some cool stuff that’s along those lines,” said Pitchford. It looks like Randy is thinking of incorporating some Return of the Jedi into the world of Pandora.
Borderlands 2 recently released to widespread critical acclaim, and is at least four new content expansions before June 2013. The season pass for the content runs an additional $30 for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.