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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’s final DLC answers pressing questions about Claptrap

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The final downloadable content pack for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is an add-on to the story called Claptastic Voyage. Fans of 1960s sci-fi films probably recognize the riff on the title Fantastic Voyage and hey! Guess what?! Same deal.

Handsome Jack’s discovered something uniquely powerful buried deep within Claptrap’s oddball mind. Never one to shy away from REAL ULTIMATE POWER, the villain-to-be miniaturizes his lackeys and zaps them into Clap’s robo-brain.

Their quest for the mysterious “H-source” code is complicated by all manner of dangers, rooted in Claptrap’s uniquely disturbing quirks and self-described crushing loneliness. There’s also a customizable arena that gives players an opportunity to tweak the gravity settings, enemy difficulty, and more to their liking as well as a “glitched weapon system.”

The pack also includes The Pre-Sequel‘s latest level cap bump, bringing the new max level up to 70 (from the previous 60). That means 10 more skill points to assign however you please, pushing your characters even further into overpowered territory.

The pack costs $10 on its own, but it’s also part of a season pass that includes all Pre-Sequel DLC released to date, for $30. Claptastic Voyage and all the rest of the Pre-Sequel add-ons will also be included in the Handsome Jack Collection, which brings Borderlands 2Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, and all DLC to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Claptastic Voyage arrives on March 24, 2015, the same day The Handsome Jack Collection is set to be released.

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