One of the nice things about being an MMO successor to a hit series of shooter titles is that you can draw from and lift wholesale content from your predecessors. Borderlands Online announced this past week at ChinaJoy that it will be able to commit to a three-month patch cycle thanks to all of the work that’s been done in the previous titles.
Currently there’s about two months’ worth of PvE content in the game with more to come, as well as small-scale PvP arenas (4v4 and 8v8). Borderlands Online has no plans as of now to come out anywhere other than China, but it is arriving in both PC and mobile formats in the region.
Check out the new Borderlands Online trailer below and then start an internet petition to get this puppy brought over to the west. Because internet petitions totally work, right?