Battleborn now available for pre-order on Xbox One and PC
Battleborn, scheduled for official release on May 3rd for Xbox One, is now available for pre-order and pre-download on Microsoft’s Xbox One console for $59.99. The game is also available for pre-order on Windows 10 PC for the same price.
The game was developed by Gearbox, the creators of Borderlands, and the company promises this next-generation hero shooter will get your adrenaline going by combining role-playing games and traditional shooters. There are 25 playable characters you can choose from and all of them have their own storyline, weapons, and fighting style. As you advance, there are plenty of unlocks and items to find.
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Your mission is the following:
Team up to fight an unstoppable menace trying to destroy the last star in a dying universe. Choose among powerful heroes and fight together alongside your friends in an intense co-operative campaign, or fight against them in fast-paced competitive multiplayer matches.
Battleborn has an interesting Story Mode you can play solo or with others. A maximum number of 10 players can play against one another online in five versus five matches.
This exclusive offer includes:
- a $10 Xbox gift card digital code within 10 days after the game’s release.
- if you pre-order by 10AM PST on April 29 you get it the day it’s released.
The gift card is valid until 12/31/2016 for customers who pre-order a qualifying Xbox One game(s) only in select Microsoft Online stores in the U.S. (including Puerto Rico). To qualify, you must be over 13. The promotion code will be sent to the email address associated with your purchase within 10 days of the game being shipped. The limit is one $10 gift card per qualifying Xbox One/ Xbox 360 game purchased.
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