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Borderlands The Pre-sequel Shut Down The Laser Lets Play Walkthrough w/ MorninAfterKill Ep19! Click Here To Learn More About CyberPowerPC! http://www.cyberpowerpc.com Follow Me!!! http://www.twitter.com/morninafterkill http://www.facebook.com/morninafterkill http://www.twitch.tv/morninafterkill http://www.google.com/+morninafterkill Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! is a first-person shooter video game developed by 2K Australia, with assistance from Gearbox Software and published by 2K Games. It is the third game in the Borderlands series, serving as an interquel between the original Borderlands released in 2009 and its 2012 sequel Borderlands 2. It was released for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux/Steam OS, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 14 October 2014. The rumored existence of the game was first reported on 7 April 2014, and it was officially announced two days later on 9 April 2014. Similarly to previous Borderlands titles, the game combines FPS gameplay with mechanics common to role-playing video games (such as quests, character building and randomly generated "loot"), and collaborative multiplayer campaign gameplay. The storyline of The Pre-Sequel focus on four playable characters—all of whom were NPCs or enemies in previous Borderlands games, working as henchmen for Handsome Jack, the antagonist of Borderlands 2. The plot follows Handsome Jack's descent into villainy, focusing on his escape and capture of the Hyperion company's base on Pandora's moon Elpis. The game expands upon the engine and gameplay of Borderlands 2 and introduced new gameplay mechanics, including low-gravity environments, freeze weapons, and oxygen tanks which are used to navigate environments and perform special attacks. The Pre-Sequel received mixed to positive reviews; while praised for its new gameplay features, maintaining the trademark humour of previous entries in the Borderlands series, and for appealing to long-time fans of the franchise, the game was characterized by some as an expansion pack for Borderlands 2 that did not provide many significant deviations from the core mechanics of its predecessor.