'Battleborn' DLC News: Game Supports Solo, Multiplayer Game Modes

Jon MendozaOct 18, 2016 10:26 AM EDT
Battleborn /Battleborn New details on Gearbox Software's "Battleborn" DLC have surfaced and as per reports, the include the solo and multiplayer game modes.

New details on Gearbox Software's "Battleborn" DLC have surfaced and as per reports, the include the solo and multiplayer game modes.

"Battleborn" has got its first DLC Story Operation, multiplayer mode, spooky skins, and some other changes, as per the game's official website. Launched on Oct. 13, details revealed that players could either play alone while taking the role of any "Battleborn" hero or team up with two friends as they fight they way through the streets and rooftops of the "Tempest slums" in "Attikus and the Thrall Rebellion."

As per the publication, all five of the forthcoming Story Operations are covered in the game's Digital Deluxe editions and in the Season Pass. Players who are unprepared to plunge themselves into the DLC may not do so and just purchase each Story Op separately for 700 Platinum in the game's Marketplace.

In line with the game, players can also enjoy the competitive multiplayer mode, which allows them to fight against the Verelsi and the opposing team in the game. They can pick up masks along the way and deposit those for points. The team who first deposits 500 masks wins. Things become more intense, since Varelsi and boss battles become more difficult to deal with as the game progresses.

Along with the aforementioned, "Battleborn's" 29th hero is set to be revealed in two weeks, as per Kotaku. In this regard, it is assumed that more players are expecting a rise in the number of players who will obtain the game's content.

Developed by Gearbox Software, 2K Games' "Battleborn" was initially released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows on May 3.

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