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Bonkers Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Trailer

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Should you suffer from bubblegum-induced seizures, become nauseated in low gravity or oppose spontaneous choreography, the following trailer for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel isn't one for you.

For everyone else - welcome. You're in for a treat. Set between 2K's first and second Borderlands titles, the Pre-Sequel is set around Pandora's moon - resulting in heaps of low gravity, rocket-fuelled combat.

Arriving on 17 October, you can expect to see a lot more of the Pre-Sequel at this month's E3 festival in Los Angeles. For now, sit back and enjoy a dose of colourful carnage.



(Images: Borderlands)

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