Borderlands spin-off Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands releases its launch trailer. Also Randy Pitchford, founder of Gearbox Software, goes there with his little message.
Friday rhymes with outings, and on March 25, 2022, there are no fewer than three. Ghostwire: Tokyo – which we tested -, Kirby and the Forgotten World and what interests us here, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. The shooter-looter parodying Dungeons & Dragons Swings his latest trailer
Borderlands spirit back
Before photographing anything that moves, Gearbox founder Randy Pitchford highlighted the work of his teams:
Ever since we founded Gearbox in 1999, we’ve always dreamed of making a video game in a fantasy setting. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is the result of the hard work of everyone on the team who put their heart and soul into making a title like this a reality – it’s a love letter to anyone who enjoys RPGs or shooter-looters. I hope you will join us and our millions of fans around the world in experiencing this impossible culmination of years of pent-up creativity and passion, finally coming to light in this all-new, wild, one-of-a-kind video game. .
If you have any doubts about the game’s potential after the trailer and the above message, then our review should be much more meaningful to you.
La VF from Tiny Tina’s Wonderland
2K Games and Gearbox have once again brought in Isabelle Volpe as Tina’s voice double in the French version. She is no stranger to this universe, having previously played the same character in Borderlands 2.
To learn more about his love for Tina or his approach to her, a behind-the-scenes video is recently available in which Isabelle Volpe gives her explanations.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC (temporarily an Epic Games Store exclusive).