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How Tiny Tina's Wonderlands' Season Pass Differs From Borderlands 3's

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While some have criticized Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands for being too similar toBorderlands 3, it does have its fair share of differences.

Alongside a T rating forTiny Tina’s Wonderlands that impacts its tone and allows for a larger audience, concepts like the Overworld and character creator are entirely new for the series.

Further, spells prove to be significantly different from grenades, with players able to craft entire builds around them.With the game having some unique qualities, it is not that surprising that the approach Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands takes to DLC differs from what is seen in the main Borderlands games.

While many are not a fan of the spin-off’s approach, it is worth comparing the two Season Passes to see just how different they really are in terms of content.Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Player Makes Their Character Look Like The Dragon LordWhile Borderlands 3 received a second Season Pass that featured the Designer’s Cut, Director’s Cut, and some cosmetics, it was the initial Season Pass that provided the bulk of post-launch content.

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