Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands tries to mix the classic concepts of board RPGs with the typical Borderlands humor, which results in some particularly peculiar concepts, as is the case of the character classes. To set an example, Gearbox unveiled two of them: The Stabbomancer and the Brr-Zerker.
By itself, the name of the classes already reveals some of their identity. The Stabbomancer specializes in stealth and can summon blades that can undo enemies at long ranges. In addition, you can also use an invisibility spell to escape from more complicated situations.
In turn, the Brr-Zerker combines the aggressiveness of a barbarian with ice spells. This class can jump on enemies, unleash an icy shockwave, or resort to a classic “Spin-to-Win” maneuver, creating a hurricane that freezes and shatters surrounding enemies.
In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, player characters will be able to mix up two skill trees from different classes, allowing for a considerable level of customization. Characters will have access to spells, melee weapons, and an extremely varied arsenal of firearms, allowing players to define their play style according to their preferences.
The influences of board RPGs are also felt on the game’s map through a world map where players move between locations. Here, the world is explored through a third-person perspective, reminiscent of classic games of the genre.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands arrives on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on March 25, 2022. Until then, you can have more game news here at Genvel.