Tiny Tinas Wonderlands is a Fantasy-Themed Borderlands Spin-Off Starring Andy Samberg

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is a Fantasy-Themed Borderlands Spin-Off Starring Andy Samberg

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Matt Lorrigan

2K and Gearbox have announced Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, a fantasy-style Borderlands spin-off game riffing on Dungeons & Dragons, coming to consoles and PC in 2022.

While fans of the Borderlands series will see some similarities in the monsters on show, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands will be a standalone title outside of the Borderlands series of titles. There's a star studded voice cast as well, with Andy Samberg, Wanda Sykes, Will Arnett, and Ashley Burch all confirmed to be playing characters.

“Wonderlands is a culmination of over a decade of on-and-off development at Gearbox Software towards a Role-Playing Shooter set in a fantasy universe,” said Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Executive Producer Randy Pitchford. “For me, bringing actual Borderlands guns to fight dragons, skeletons, goblins, and more in an original fantasy world imagined by the galaxy’s deadliest thirteen-year-old, Tiny Tina, as a new, full-featured AAA video game is a dream come true.”

This isn't the first time that Borderlands and Tiny Tina has gotten involved with D&D, and this feels like a natural evolution of the Borderlands 2 DLC, Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon's Keep.

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is releasing on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC in Early 2022. You can check out the trailer down below!

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  • Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep is one of the best DLCs ever released and turned a decent game into a great one so I hope this can do the same for BL3 and redeem it from the pit of failure it currently dwells in.
  • They just need to stop with this.

    The Borderlands formula, including Tiny Tina, is as tired as the cel-shaded visuals at this point.

    I was sick of her character in the main game, much less the DLC.
  • @Terminator Probably not since this is a whole new game separate from BL3
  • That slate of BL3 DLC effectively killed my interest in anything else they're doing for a while. Some of the laziest cash grab trash I've ever played, mind numbingly repetitive and dull.
  • @dreadnaught

    Well hello there grumpy. Im sure you will find some interesting titles that speaks to you.

    Me myself will absolutely love me some more tiny tina in a fantasy setting.
  • "Wonderlands is a culmination of over a decade of on-and-off development at Gearbox Software" ... LOL, is that supposed to inspire confidence or an early admittance of utter mediocrity and failure?

  • *admission ... Yes, I can speak English very good and liquidly :D
  • @ Isdrake ... I am not the only person there that is weary of the Borderlands formula.

    As c1ned1ne pointed out, is the seriously the best they can come up in a decade? The same old shit with a bunch of celebrity voice actors?

    Much of gaming sucks now because gamers are fucking idiots who cream their pants over a trailer and preorder shit like this.
  • "Star-studded cast", then proceeds to list a bunch of people I've never even heard of.
  • @CrystalGoddess88 Most of them are well known actors and voice actors.
  • I love the Borderlands series and style of looter shooter. It's casual and fun and isn't trying so hard to be COD or Battlefield. Can sit back and relax while enjoying the light comedy in the campaign. BL3 was a let down because I thought they would continue the upcoming "war" prophecy from Borderlands 2. BL3 characters weren't as good, the abilities were a letdown.

    But Tiny Tina, whoever designed that character deserves an award.

    Those are famous people. Brooklyn 99 or Lonely Island songs? Maybe you don't watch TV?
  • @dreadnaught If you think most of gaming sucks now, why bother interacting with it anymore? Why waste your time reading and commenting on gaming news? It seems like you should have more enjoyable things to do with your time
  • @ Juggernaut Clone ... Again, as I have said many times, I have plenty of positive comments on this site. In fact, I have done so today re: JP Evolution 2, though giving a heads up about buying the sequel at launch based upon my experience with the first one, which although was a fantastic game the devs made decisions that punished early adopters inadvertently.

    Maybe you can find something better to do than crying about someone saying something critical of a pet franchise, perhaps?
  • @dreadnaught You seem to have something to say about every game article on this website, so I don’t think I’m the one with the “pet franchise”. I’m asking you legitimate questions about why you choose to interact with gaming if you actually don’t like modern gaming anymore. Lashing out at me with assumptions of which franchises are my “pet franchise” doesn’t get you any closer to being at peace with your relationship with gaming, whatever that actually is at this point.
  • @DarkByte:
    "Those are famous people. Brooklyn 99 or Lonely Island songs? Maybe you don't watch TV?"
    Well, unsurprisingly enough many do not nowadays. At least not linear TV. Also just because a series is totally hyped in its country of origin doesn't mean people around the world know about it even the slightest.


    For example whenever I see some advertisement with a prominent face feature I pretty much never know who the fuck they are and why I should know them. TV "stars", chart musicians, football players ... it's easier then ever to avoid knowing about stuff that you don't care about. I just learned the other day that Euro 2020 is happening like this week or the next. :D
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