The Steam Holiday Sale continues today with huge savings throughout the store! Check back often to take advantage of our eight-hour Flash Sales. You can even help select what goes on sale with our Community's Choice Voting Sales.
In addition to Flash and Vote sales, more than a hundred games and apps will be featured as Daily Deals throughout the sale, with new deals popping up every 24 hours.
Participating in the 2013 Steam Holiday Sale will also earn customers exclusive Holiday Sale Trading Cards. Collect, trade, and craft 10 Holiday Snow Globe Cards that can only be earned during the sale. Every craft of a Holiday Sale badge will also generate a random item drop from 10 participating Free-To-Play games, featuring exclusive in-game items from Warframe, Path of Exile, Team Fortress 2, DOTA 2 and more. These items are both tradable and marketable.
Learn more about this year's Steam Holiday Sale features HERE.
The Steam Holiday Sale will run until 10AM PST, January 2nd. Complete information on Daily Deals, Flash Sales, Community Choice Voting and more can be found HERE.
Youve hit Frost Bottom in the third Headhunter Pack for Borderlands 2. Tis the season to be giving, so help Marcus save Mercenary Day and melt down The Abominable Mister Tinder Snowflake. Escape Frost Biters, warm up Gingerton and lend Small Tim a tiny hand. There will be lots of gift-giving and loot hunting as you collect new festive heads and skins!
Now serving you seconds with this festive Headhunter add-on for Borderlands 2; you wont be starving for action when battling the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler. Fight off his hunger and finish him off, leaving you full with stories from Grandma Torgue plus delicious head and skins!
The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler. That is certainly some title, and I hope the second in Borderlands 2's Headhunter DLC series lives up to it. The head you're hunting this time is that of the Wattle Gobbler, who as you may have guessed...is a giant Thanksgiving turkey. It's the second seasonally appropriate boss arena after Halloween's TK Baha's Bloody Harvest - leaving Santa or possibly a really angry Dreidel as likely candidates for How Marcus Saved Mercenary Day, the game's next mini DLC. New boss fight/arena aside, Wattle Gobbler will also introduce you to Mr. Torgue's Grandma Flexington, who Gearbox are referring to as "super buff". As you can see in the screenshot below...they're kinda right.
The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler releases November 26th in the US, and on the 29th in Europe and Australia. It will set you back $2.99/£2.39/€2,99.
Borderlands 2's Game of the Year Edition only came out a few weeks ago, but Gearbox and 2K have already revealed another round of downloadable content. I'm beginning to suspect they may have a problem, but before we organise an intervention - I'll do the bunting - it would only be polite to hear them out. The Headhunter add-on series comprises a bunch of small new missions tasking you with taking down an area boss and claiming their head. The first, TK Baha's Bloody Harvest, is appropriately Halloweeny and lands next Tuesday.
Bloody Harvest reintroduces Borderlands 1's TK Baha, now a festering corpse (though still able to dish out and reward quests, impressively). He'll direct you to the Pumpkin Kingpin’s pumpkin patch, where you'll confront said Kingpin and hopefully leave with his delicious head. There's also a lot of "augmented candy" all over the place, which will provide temporary buffs to your character.
The other Headhunter packs haven't been revealed yet, but TK Baha's Bloody Harvest lands next Tuesday on Steam (for both PC and Mac), and will set you back only $2.99/£2.39.
Gearbox and 2K Games have announced a new community contest for Borderlands 2, and they’re giving away prizes and cash to gamers who jump back into Pandora and blow up its inhabitants. A total of $100,000 in prizes, including a $50,000 cash prize, will be awarded to Vault Hunters who log on and take down designated targets.
Prizes include headsets from Turtle Beach, an Nvidia Shield, graphics cards and sweet, sweet cash. The prizes will be assigned by raffle tickets, and players can enter up to four times a day by killing the four daily targets. In addition to earning an entry in the raffle, daily targets will drop super-powered loot 100% of the time. The daily targets will continue from October 11 to November 7. Note that the contest is for American players only.
If you haven’t played Borderlands 2 much since last fall, it’s time to dust off your Eridian-barreled machine gun full of acid bullets (that explodes when you reload it) and start killing things. If you’ve somehow missed Borderlands 2’s stellar series of DLC, the Borderlands 2 Game of the Year edition lands on October 8—the timing of which is entirely coincidental, I’m sure.