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Borderlands 2 new Vault Hunter DLC teased on video

We have some good news for Borderland 2 fans, as it looks like fresh content is on the way to the game soon. Borderlands 2 has been out since September 2012, but we have already seen good support from developers Gearbox comprising of four pieces of add-on content that is available via a season pass.

While some of you may already be thinking of a future Borderlands game for next-gen consoles, Gearbox has sent out the message that they are still planning to support Borderlands 2 for quite a while yet. A teaser video was released at the recent SXSW 2013 event, showing that the Borderlands 2 Vault Hunter character DLC will be the next release for the game.

The video doesn’t show a lot, but it does suggest that the character will be melee based which will please a lot of you. You can check out the brief footage above for yourself and see how the audience were pleased after watching it live for the first time. Although gamers may have not been impressed by Aliens Colonial Marines from Gearbox, it’s fair to say that the Borderlands franchise has a huge following so it is only a matter of time before we see the next game on next-gen consoles.

How excited are you though that a sixth Vault Hunter is coming to the game? Are you still playing the game regularly or has interest started to die out a little? Unfortunately Gearbox hasn’t given any kind of information on when the new content will be out.

With E3 2013 approaching though, we’d like to think that we will at least see some proper gameplay of the new Vault Hunter character by then. Watch the clip above and let us know if you are a big Borderlands 2 fan. Would you rather see another Aliens game from Gearbox or a brand new next-gen Borderlands game?

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