Everything we know about Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is the latest installment in the Borderlands franchise. The game takes place after the Assault on Dragon Keep DLC for Borderlands 2 and features everyone’s favorite 13-year-old demolitionist, Tiny Tina. In a world designed and manipulated by Tiny Tina, Wonderlands sends players through a fantastical realm to shoot down baddies, gather loot, and take on the infamous Dragon Lord.
To get you up to date on this upcoming looter shooter, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know about Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Details are scarce right now, but we have a little bit of information on the release date, gameplay, multiplayer, and pre-orders.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands release date
Gearbox hasn’t announced a release date for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands yet. So far, we only have a release window of “early 2022,” or more specifically, during the fourth quarter of Take-Two Interactive’s fiscal year. That means we should see the game between January and March 2022.
All we can do is speculate at this point for the specific date. We expect the game to launch later in the quarter, sometime in March. The first two months of the year are usually a dry season, and once March rolls around, a few releases kick off a string of games that will keep players busy for the rest of the year. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands could kick off the hot season for 2022.
It’s possible that the game will come later in the year, though. None of the Borderlands games have been delayed, but the Borderlands 3 Director’s Cut was delayed by three weeks in early 2021. Given the state of game delays in 2021, Wonderlands could be pushed back, too.
What platforms will Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands be released on?
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a cross-gen game, releasing simultaneously on the Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, and PC. Unlike Borderlands 3, Wonderlands will be available across the Epic Games Store and Steam on PC at launch.
It looks like Tiny Tina is being toned down a bit for the game, too. 2K and Gearbox announced the game has been rated T for Teen by the ESRB, though didn’t clarify what earned the game that rating. In all likelihood, Wonderlands won’t have as much cursing as the main Borderlands games.
Every Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands trailer
Gearbox announced and showed off the first trailer for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands during E3 2021. The trailer doesn’t have any gameplay, but it shows off the iconic Borderlands cell-shaded art style and the fantastical setting of the game.
The trailer also shows off the game’s star-studded cast. Andy Samberg, Wanda Sykes, Ashly Burch, and Will Arnett play four of the main characters in the game. Samberg voices the “headstrong captain” Valentine; Sykes voices Frette, a robot who’s obsessed with rules; Burch reprises her role as Tiny Tina; and Arnett plays the Dragon Lord, who looks like the main antagonist of the game.
“Between the development talent at Gearbox and the undeniable star power of the cast, we couldn’t be more excited about this game,” said President of 2K David Ismailer.
The game takes place shortly after the Assault on Dragon Keep DLC for Borderlands 2, but Gearbox hasn’t revealed any story details otherwise. If the game builds on Dragon Keep, Wonderlands will take place in the setting of a tabletop role-playing game. A press release hints at this, saying Tiny Tina “makes the rules, changes the world on the fly, and guides players on their journey.”
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands gameplay
The Tiny Tina Wonderlands announcement trailer didn’t show any gameplay, but it sounds like the game is in the same vein as the main Borderlands titles. The press release describes the game as an “epic high fantasy take on the looter shooter genre.” Gearbox Founder Randy Pitchford said that players will be able to use “actual Borderlands guns to fight dragons, skeletons, goblins, and more in an original fantasy world.” He also said it’s a “full-featured AAA video game.”
Although we expect a big focus on guns, that’s not the only way to deal with your foes in Wonderlands. In addition to guns, players will be able to harness magic and melee weapons. It’s not clear right now if these weapons will have the same variety as the guns in the Borderlands games. We expect a dedicated melee weapon that sits alongside your main guns and various different spells that you can equip, though Gearbox hasn’t confirmed anything yet.
For the first time in the Borderlands franchise, players can customize their own character. The game will allow players to create and customize their own “multiclass heroes,” suggesting that you can choose between various upgrade paths and abilities. The main Borderlands games feature a class-specific upgrade path, but it sounds like things are a little more fluid in Wonderlands. You’ll be able to define your class as you unlock more abilities.
Co-op multiplayer mayhem in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is “full standalone experience with a rich, story-driven co-op campaign for up to four players.” Given how similar the game sounds to Borderlands, you’ll likely be able to take on the experience solo or with a group of friends. Hopefully, the game will feature the instanced loot system introduced in Borderlands 3, which gives each player their own loot respective to their level.
Borderlands co-op thrives with different character classes, so it’s unclear how Wonderlands‘ multiclass approach will play out in co-op. Outside of co-op, we don’t expect a PvP mode or anything similar, though it sounds like players will be able to team up to tackle endgame content after the main story wraps.
Will Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands have DLC?
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will have “repeatable end-game content,” which we imagine to be supported through DLC. The Borderlands franchise has a long history of DLC, and Wonderlands likely won’t change that. Borderlands 2 received five DLC campaigns, the last one of which released seven years after the main game, and numerous other DLC packs. Borderlands 3 is still being supported now, two years after launch.
As a Borderlands spin-off, Wonderlands may not receive as much post-launch support. However, the game is described as a full-featured AAA release, so we expect at least a few pieces of DLC to come out in the years after launch.
When will Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands pre-orders go live?
Gearbox hasn’t announced any pre-order information for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands yet. Keeping in line with previous Borderlands releases, we expect multiple versions of the game with exclusive content and a season pass. Borderlands 3 received a collector’s edition featuring a loot chest replica, custom lithographs, and several character models, and we could see something similar to Wonderlands.
For when pre-orders will go live, we expect to see them in the latter half of 2021. Gearbox will likely release a gameplay trailer or a deep dive into mechanics later this year, which could line up with a pre-order start date.
Bullets, magic, and broadswords collide in this fantasy looter shooter from Gearbox and 2K.
Get ready for an all-new adventure! Tiny Tina's Wonderlands was officially announced during Summer Game Fest Kickoff Live. Ashly Burch joined host Geoff Keighley to talk about her character, Tiny Tina—the beloved bomb-chucking star of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. In the game, Tina is your guide through an extraordinary and chaotic fantasy realm.
“Wonderlands is a culmination of over a decade of on-and-off development at Gearbox Software towards a Role-Playing Shooter set in a fantasy universe,” said Gearbox Entertainment Founder and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Executive Producer Randy Pitchford. “For me, bringing actual Borderlands guns to fight dragons, skeletons, goblins and more in an original fantasy world imagined by the galaxy’s deadliest thirteen-year-old, Tiny Tina, as a new, full featured AAA videogame is a dream come true.”
You’ll create your own multiclass hero and then loot, shoot, slash, and cast your way through outlandish monsters and treasure-filled dungeons on a quest to stop the tyrannical Dragon Lord (Will Arnett). Joining you are the headstrong captain Valentine (Andy Samberg) and rule-obsessed robot Frette (Wanda Sykes). Play through the story-driven campaign and repeatable endgame content solo or with a party of up to three friends.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is scheduled for release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC in early 2022. For more information on this epic adventure full of whimsy, wonder, and high-powered weaponry, keep an eye on PlayWonderlands.com and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Is Already Breaking One Borderlands Tradition
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is a new spin-off in the Borderlands series. The new game builds off the success of the Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep DLC for Borderlands 2 that took the game's looter shooter mechanics to a fantasy world within an in-universe tabletop RPG. With clear roots in Dungeons & Dragons, the DLC brought a breath of fresh air to the series. That is exactly what Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is attempting to do as well, while also aiming to keep the game feeling familiar for longtime fans of the series.
Not very much is known about Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. The developers have confirmed that the game will still feature the absurd loot that the series is known for, including guns. However, fans do not know what the game's story will feature, how exactly the game's classes and spells will work, or what enemies players can expect to face throughout Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. Surprisingly, it seems that players may not even see Borderlands's iconic Psycho enemy in the game.
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The History of Psychos in Borderlands
Psychos have played a massive role in the Borderlands series thus far. The enemy quickly became an iconic part of the entire series with the vault symbol emblazoned on its map and a psycho featured on the cover of the first four games in the series. Psychos are melee-based enemies that shout nonsensical sentences at the player while charging them with giant pizza-cutter-like buzzsaws. Psychos are also very important for the flow of combat in Borderlands.
The series' combat thus far has primarily focused on gunplay augmented with skills to take down enemies from range. Psychos fill an important gap in this setup by charging players to keep them on their toes and force them out of cover and react to a more aggressive enemy type. While the Borderlands games have all been connected to one another in other ways, psychos have remained an integral part of the design of the series.
This made it all the more exciting when players got the opportunity to play a psycho in Borderlands 2 through the DLC character Krieg. Krieg allowed players to enjoy the mad ramblings of a psycho, while his action skills saw him transforming into a badass psycho that was practically un-killable under certain builds. Krieg was a very well-received character by the Borderlands 2 community, as he captured the spirit of the series while also bringing a fun new way to play the game. While Krieg did have an appearance in Borderlands 3, he was not featured nearly as much as many fans hoped, which could foreshadow the fate of psychos in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands' Lack of a Psycho On Its Cover
The worries over the inclusion of psychos in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands stem from the game's cover art, being the first in the series to not feature a psycho in any way. Instead, it features Tiny Tina riding a massive dragon while wielding a gun and a sword. Even Tiny Tina's usual psycho mask headband is replaced with a pink bunny-eared wizard's hat. The worries were then spurred on by a trailer showcasing the enemies and villain of Tiny Tina's Wonderlands did not feature a psycho at all, which is extremely rare for the series.
It is particularly odd because psychos could logically appear in the game. Tiny Tina's Wonderlands takes place at an interesting place in the series' timeline, but the game's framing as a tabletop RPG session being run by Tiny Tina allows it to bring in any element from previous games. With Tiny Tina's character and backstory featuring psychos so heavily, it would only make sense for her to want to bring them into her game.
This is especially true with how Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep was used to explore Tiny Tina's grieving process over the death of Roland and Bloodwing in Borderlands 2. With Tiny Tina's parents being killed by Handsome Jack after being captured and sold by the psycho Flesh-Stick, it would make sense for Tiny Tina's Wonderlands to show the character grappling with her history with psychos through the game.
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Other Series Changes Coming In Tiny Tina's Wonderlands
However, there are also many other elements of the usual Borderlands formula that Tiny Tina's Wonderlands will be changing or doing away with completely. One of the biggest changes is that the game will allow players to customize their own characters and multiclass to change their playstyle. While the specifics of these systems are not known, there are many fan theories about Tiny Tina's Wonderlands that could explain what players should expect.
Multiclass changes could end up being very welcome changes to the series' usual formula. When combined with the game's confirmed melee weapons, the skills and loot that players can expect to find will undoubtedly be unlike anything else the series has tackled before. This includes new armor loot that could add even more chaotic abilities to the game's frenetic and wild combat encounters.
The game's combat will also be greatly changed by Tiny Tina's Wonderlands' new spells. Gearbox has confirmed that spells will play a big role in how players approach the game, but it is still unclear what exactly they will look like. It seems plausible that spells will take the place of the action skills that have defined classes in the series before, which will likely be going away in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. Either way, spells are a great way for the game to change up its combat, while the possibilities for how it could impact builds could be limitless. There is still a lot that players want to know about Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, so, hopefully, more will be shared about the game soon.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlandsis planned to release in early 2022 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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Tiny Tina's Wonderlands release date, and everything we know about the new Borderlands spin-off
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is a gorgeous-looking, fast-firing Borderlands standalone spin-off set in the aftermath of Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep DLC for Borderlands 2. Revealed at Summer Games Fest 2021, expect a hybrid slant on the main series' breakneck looter shooter fare we last saw in Borderlands 3, this time with a fantasy twist. Which, in practice, means: bucket-loads of guns and a sorcerer's sackful of magic.
During the PlayStation Showcase in September 2021, Sony announced a concrete release date for Tiny Tina's Wonderlands and dropped a new gameplay trailer captured on PS5 which showcases some of the many ways you'll take the Dragon Lord (the game's central antagonist) and their minions to task.
Now, cast and blast your way through everything we know about Tiny Tina's Wonderlands so far.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands release date set for March
The Tiny Tina's Wonderlands release date has been officially revealed as March 25, 2022. While showcasing the above in-game footage, Sony announced the launch date for 2K and Gearbox Software's latest venture at the PlayStation Showcase in September, 2021.
When it lands, it'll be available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands gameplay trailer
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands gameplay, setting and characters
Set in the immediate wake of cult classic Borderlands 2 DLC, Assault on Dragon Keep, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands re-establishes its eponymous and eccentric dungeon master as a fun, frantic and wholly unpredictable tour guide. With that, the game unfolds inside a Dungeons and Dragons-like affair named Bunkers & Badasses, where the lovely Tina switches up the game world's rules on the fly with a click of a finger.
To this end, speaking in a PlayStation Blog post, Gearbox creative director Matt Cox said he and his team have created a world which "bends the rules of traditional fantasy while mixing it with the classic", in what could be described as a warped take on high fantasy.
As outlined in the trailer above, this involves a whole lot of shooting and spell-casting, pulling on powerful weapons and magic alike, as you blast your way through a typically gorgeous cel-shaded landscape – including bustling towns, mushroom forests, towering fortresses, and the 'Overworld', which is described as an "interactive tabletop zone" and a nod to old school JRPG fans.
Through all of this, your mission in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is to defeat the Dragon Lord, says Cox, and their vast ensemble of foot-soldiers, who include "monsters, sentient smack-talking skeletons, land-roaming sharks and colossal bosses". In doing so, you'll utilise powerful guns, outlandish melee weaponry, and combination skills in fast and frantic first-person combat in a world which exists entirely in Tina's head.
As you may have seen from that star-studded initial reveal trailer, Wonderlands’ cast is absolutely stacked. Featuring voice performances from Andy Samberg (Captain Valentine), Ashly Burch (Tiny Tina), Wanda Sykes ( Fret), and even Will Arnett (The Dragon Lord), Wonderlands will introduce players to a whole new crew of lovable oddballs.
Tiny Tina's Wonderlands character customization
Gearbox says it'll have more on its multiclass customisation system in the coming months, but says you can mix and match six unique character skill trees, each with their own bespoke abilities.
You can tweak your character's appearance too, how they sound, and you can take on the Dragon Lord and his cronies in single-player or with up to three friends in four-player co-op.
Keep an eye on GamesRadar for more news on Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands between now and its March 25, 2022 release date. Until then, check out the best single-player games available right now.
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