Today, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands hits Steam bringing the game to players on the Valve platform. The game, which features online co-op, is on sale now at a 20% discount. The sale lasts until July 7 and applies to both the regular game and the Chaotic Great Edition, which includes the $30 season pass. The pass features 4 post-launch DLC packs. With today’s launch, the third DLC pack "Molten Mirrors" is also available, so that leaves one more pack in the season pass. The Great Chaotic Edition also includes the Dragon Lord Pack Bonus content.
Even players who purchase the regular pack will get something neat, provided they purchase the game before July 7. All purchases during this time will earn players the Golden Hero Armor Pack – which is pretty much what it sounds like, super shiny armor.
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