It has been years since the Borderlands series was last in the spotlight. This is a full-scale version of the game meaning it's Borderlands 2 as you know it with all the wild guns, the insane action, the fun characters, and more. There's also the option to Teleport, which lets you glide across the world of Pandora to truly take in the attractive sights.
He added that the studio had plans Borderlands 2 VR since the launch of the Handsome Jack Collection. Since this is a VR edition of the game they chose to take out the multiplayer aspect.
The four original vault hunters from Borderlands 2 will be available to play, with upgraded skill trees to incorporate the new BAMF ability. You can navigate menus with the PlayStation Move controllers, allowing for clicking, dragging, and dropping. Whether crushing enemies with Maya's Siren powers, calling in Sabre Turret reinforcements as Axton, feeling the heft of dual-wielded machine guns as Salvador, or the satisfying swing of Zer0's sword in an enemy's back, Borderlands 2 VR immerses players like never before. For instance, all vehicle sections in the game will now play out in first-person (the game previously changed to third-person when you got in a vehicle). Finally, Sony also has put together two new bundles to entice VR fans, with systems that come with either Creed: Rise to Glory and SUPERHOT (for $349.99) or a bundle that includes Astro Bot: Rescue Mission and Moss (for $299.99).
Interestingly, this VR version of the game will also give all classes the ability to slow down time during combat.
Shoot-and-loot with bazillions of procedurally-generated guns, each with their own capabilities and modifiers.
Borderlands 2 VR will head to PS4 and PS VR in December, 2K today advised.