Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands First DLC Features A Shark God Of The Land, Ladies Snake

The season pass for the first-person tween DM simulator Tiny Tina’s Wonderland announced that it would include four expansions, so we knew there was DLC for the Borderlands spin-off, and now we know a little more about that. The first piece of DLC is called Coiled Captors, it’s about fighting a shark god, and it will be released on April 21st.

The Tangled are the snake women of Wonderland, serpentine cultists who draw their power from the elder gods. One of these gods is a shark deity called Chums, who turned out to be so dangerous that they had to trap him in the body of a seawarg, which is what Tiny Tina calls her land sharks. (It’s a better name than D&D’s “bulette”.) In Coiled Captors, players will have to fight their way through a dungeon filled with rabid Coiled underwater beasts that are already fighting each other, then free Chums and defeat Chums. Why? I think we’ll find out when Tiny Tina starts reading the text on the box.

Coiled Captors will come with new gear and cosmetics, obtained by spending lost souls killing your enemies to spin a Wheel of Fate, as well as a frozen dungeon accessed through a Mirror of Mystery in the Dreamveil Outlook. Enemies will scale to match your level, with a minimum of level 13.

Chums gain a new form every time they’re defeated, but we’ll have to wait a week before each one becomes available. The first form will be available at launch, the second from 9:30 am PT on April 28, the third on May 5, and the final form from May 12. If you play Coiled Captors after those dates, you’ll still have to fight him on each form to unlock the next one and apparently that’s how we’re going to hear the “full story”.

It doesn’t sound like a real add-on with a lot of narrative, which is a shame considering how excellent the stories were at the time. best Borderlands DLC. Given that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is something of a sequel to a particularly first-place Borderlands 2 DLC, I was expecting more in this regard. Instead, Coiled Captors feels designed to fuel the endgame loot chase, adding more level layouts, as well as Chums himself, to the variables available in the replayable Chaos Chambers that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has instead of a new one. plus game mode.

The next three expansions are called Glutton’s Gamble, Molten Mirrors, and Shattering Spectreglass, and based on the similarity of their names, they might be similar in scale to Coiled Captors. Presumably, level cap increases will come as part of future patches available to all players, regardless of whether you’ve purchased the DLC, as was the case with Borderlands 3. And it’s extremely likely that level cap increases are just around the corner. that players are already finding weapons so high level they can’t shoot them.

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