Players have conspiracy theories about Wonderlands’ bad DLC.

This week Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands was released as the second DLC pack. Gambler’s Gamble. The Wonderlands DLC created a bit of a strange situation among fans celebrating the base game, but the DLC, which is essentially a Chaos Chamber variant that can be experienced in under 10 minutes, is far from the usual quality. Borderlands DLC.

I just read a new theory in the game. sub reddit It makes a lot of sense to explain what happened here.

The idea is that the original Wonderlands has 4 more traditional and substantial DLCs to enhance the game. Problem? The base game was so short that DLC was included in the main game, and these Chaos Chamber “mirror” DLCs were what Instead from the season pass.

The 4 DLCs are very easy to identify. Crackmast Cove, Sunfang Oasis, Mount Claw, and Tanglerift are 4 unique and large zones, each with their own primary mission and a series of secondary missions. This area is outside the main story and is notorious for being somewhat “optional” as you progress through the main quest. But in the Overworld you’ll find, unlock, and discover massive new realms full of things to do.

Additional evidence is that mirror content is coded as “PLC” (post-release content) instead of DLC. The theory also assumes that Wonderlands without that zone will be sold as a $40 game with a $20 season pass. But instead, I included the zone in the $60 game (I think this price is well worth it!), but still needed a season pass.

But this is the problem. “great of chaos” The game edition with the season pass costs an extra $30. Alternatively, you can purchase four DLC packs separately for $10 each. The problem is that the “replacement” DLC (PLC) doesn’t come close to its value. Especially when compared to the Borderlands 2 and 3 DLC, which was the best in the industry. Wonderlands itself is derived from the beloved Borderlands 2 DLC, Tiny Tina’s Attack on Dragon Keep. Borderlands 3’s DLC was probably better overall than the main game.

Yes, it feels like something strange is happening, both in the season pass we got and in the realm of where we could make up the original DLC. I think the biggest issue here is the price. The $60 Wonderlands package with these 4 zones seems right. However, this $30 season pass with $10 DLC with less content than Borderlands’ older headhunter packs is a big loss.

The ship has sailed, but this theory makes the current situation much more understandable. We’ll see if Wonderlands produces content on a larger scale later on. It’s a hit for now, but for now there are two more “mirrors”.

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