Those of you who missed out on playing Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands due to its Epic Games Store exclusivity can ow pick the game up on Steam. Gearbox Software announced that the shooter is now available in both the standard edition and Chaotic Great Edition on the platform. In addition, players who own the season pass (or Chaotic Great Edition), can now download the latest DLC pack “Molten Mirrors“.
Gearbox Software also announced that later this year, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will get a fourth premium DLC pack called Shattering Spectreglass. This DLC pack will come with a dedicated story mode as well as a new players class called the Blightcaller.
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Gearbox says that the Blightcaller “channels spirits and summons storms to wear down foes with poison and elemental damage”. Gearbox confirmed that the new class can be combined with an existing build in the game’s multi-class system. Players can also add the second class to their build after unlocking the ability to equip a second class.
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So far the DLC in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has been pretty mediocre. Fans have complained about the lack of new content with each DLC pack bringing with it a small hub to explore and a short story chapter. Fans believe that all these so-called “mirrors” which teleport players to the new DLC zones should have been added as one DLC pack into Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Some fans are upset that the DLC costs a dollar per minute so, in theory, each DLC pack lasts around 10 minutes.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is now available on PS4, PS5, Xbox and PC.