Borderlands is all about that grind for the loot.
Even after finishing the game, we would replay the campaign in True Vault Hunter Mode to farm even better gear.
This used to be the gameplay loop in Borderlands games up until now.
With Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, things will change.
In the latest update, 2K and Gearbox shared details about a brand new endgame experience being introduced with Wonderlands.
Chaos Chamber is an endgame dungeon that offers endless replayability. Here’s what you can expect from this game experience:
A Chaos Chamber run consists of three randomized dungeon rooms, a mini-boss fight, three more dungeon rooms, and a main boss fight. Players will work through the Chaos Chamber, selecting between two portals after each room to determine what awaits in the next. Additional factors include:
- Crystals: During the Chaos Chamber run, players can collect and utilize Crystals to earn more rewards. Players can amass Crystals by smashing a crystalline, rainbow-glowing die that spawns after completing a room, and by completing optional side objectives that are randomly assigned to each room;
- Blessings: By collecting enough Crystals to activate an altar, players can receive Blessings, ranging from increased critical damage or ammo capacity, to melee attack and movement speed buffs, and more;
- Curses: The polar opposite of Blessings, Curses are debuffs that last the rest of the run and can make it that much harder for players to survive—but with higher risk comes better rewards.
After completing the Chaos Chamber, a chest full of desirable loot for the taking awaits in the Loot of Chaos area. You’ll also earn Moon Orbs, an in-game currency you can spend at an Enchantment Re-roller station to fine-tune your favorite gear. For dedicated loot grinders though, the real Chaos Chamber payout might be hiding in the bellies of the spined, slightly disturbing rabbit statues that will barf up gear when fed enough Crystals.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands arrives on March 25, 2022