Borderlands 2 is coming to PlayStation VR later this year, and in many ways it feels like a decent fit for Sony’s virtual reality headset. Gearbox has clearly put work into the port as well, revealing that you’ll be able to drive from a first-person perspective and dual-wield weapons using two PlayStation Move wands. But, as is always the case in life, there’s a catch.
Asked on Twitter whether it’s the “complete” release, a spokesperson said that Borderlands 2 VR features the “full core game […] and the original four Vault Hunters”. In others words, it doesn’t sound like you’re getting any of the add-on packs – or any of the downloadable character classes. It’s a shame because this version isn’t cheap, so we’d very much banked on it bundling everything in.
Have you decided to skip the virtual reality port on the basis of this news? We suppose it’s possible the expansion packs could get patched in at a later date, especially if the game does well and there’s demand for it. But right now, it sounds like you’re going to have to do without Gaige the Mechromancer and Krieg the Psycho. There’s no online multiplayer either.