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Borderlands 2 was ported to Mac thanks to Aspyr Media, so it's easy to assume they will be doing the porting for Borderlands 2 on Linux as well. Considering how good their first Linux port was I have high hopes for this one to not only be real, but to be a good port.
I've actually played a lot of the original Borderlands and a little bit of Borderlands 2, so I will be buying all the DLC once it is release to show my support. I might even grab a gift copy for one lucky GamingOnLinux reader, so stay tuned for that.
Borderlands 2 is a massive game with some really awesome weapons to be found. The weapons that can be found vary widly too, and no play-through will be the same. The chance to have this type of game on Linux is amazing.
I would imagine Borderlands 2 would be ported before The Pre-sequel since it's an older and more familiar code-base.
We have reached out to Aspyr Media to see if they can comment on it or point us in the direction of who is doing it.
You can check out Borderlands 2 on Steam here, but we highly recommend NOT buying it until it is released.
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