All Hallow's Eve is nigh and Gearbox Software wants to celebrate in its own way.

Although they've already released a ton of downloadable content for the award-winning Borderlands 2 , they've decided to produce another fun-filled piece of add-on content: It's the Halloween-themed Headhunter 1: TK Baha's Bloody Harvest, which will be released worldwide on October 22 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Mac (prices: $2.99, £2.39, €2.99).

Players must find the pieces of a key that will ultimately lead them into the heart of the Pumpkin Kingpin's pumpkin patch. As you might expect, that's where you'll have to throw down with the Kingpin and he probably won't be a pushover. Also, throughout the DLC, you'll find "augmented candy" drops from enemies that will give you temporary buffs, such as amped-up speed and increased damage.

More Headhunter expansions are on the horizon, too, so stay tuned for that info, which is due soon.

Related Game(s): Borderlands 2

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WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
7 years ago

Great price for BL2 fans, I wish more games did holiday specials. Folklore has some neat Xmas dlc and I remember Demon's Souls had some Halloween special MP thing.

bigrailer19
bigrailer19
7 years ago

Sweet deal. I guess Ill just play this game FOREVER!

Sandtech
Sandtech
7 years ago

I fell in love with the first Borderlands. I had to complete the game with all four characters plus my co op play thoughs.
I preordered Borderlands 2 so I could get the golden gun pack and the Mechromancer.
I beat the game with Zero and have not felt like playing it senses. Ultimately BL2 felt like BL1, just better.

bigrailer19
bigrailer19
7 years ago

Yea ultimately BL2 is twice the game Borderlands was. I loved Borderlands also. Borderlands 2 made improvements where it needed and upgraded every aspect of the game. Not much to complain about really.