Borderlands 2 Cast Gets Fresh Meat in May

Krieg the Psycho Bandit, the sixth playable character for Borderlands 2, is just a week away.

Did you know that “krieg” is German for “war?” Now you do. And now maybe you also have a bit of insight into the nature of Krieg, a “reformed bandit” with a taste for blood-soaked melee combat who will soon take his place amongst the cast of Borderlands 2.

Krieg brings three skill trees to the party: Bloodlust, which gives players boosts for putting together combos with his Buzz Axe weapon; Mania, which makes his action skill recharge more quickly when he takes damage, and Hellborn, which allows Krieg to cause fire damage to enemies when he is on fire himself. Sounds like a pretty interesting guy, eh?

Adding Krieg to your crew will set you back $9.99 or 800 Microsoft points for the Psycho Pack, which for the record is not part of the Borderlands 2 season pass. It comes out on May 14.

Source: Eurogamer

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