Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands departs from the core Borderlands series and lets you create your own character. Instead of a vault hunter, you’ll play as a highly customizable Fatemaker. When it comes to how you’ll fight, you can choose from one of six starting classes: Brr-Zerker, Clawbringer, Graveborn, Spellshot, Spore Warde, or Stabbomancer. Later in the game you can create multiple classes and build your hero using a second skill tree from another class. That means you’ll be able to make some pretty wild and powerful builds with the ability to do things like bring multiple pets into battle.
It can be quite challenging trying to decide which class to start, so in this video we’ll give you a recap of each class and to help you figure out which one is right for you. There are easy solo classes like Stabbomancer, which focus on critical damage and can go invisible to get out of bad situations. There are party player classes like Clawsbringer, which can increase party fire damage while running around smashing objects with hammers. For the original Borderlands fans who love Salvador the Gunzerker, you have something similar in Spellshot that can cast two spells. Druid/ranger types will prefer the ranged Spore Warden. Glass cannons will appreciate the Graveborn, and Krieg fans will love running in and smashing things with the Brr-Zerker.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands March 25 for PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S, although you need to buy more expensive versions of the game to optimize the new generation. Its first post-launch content begins April 21, and developer Gearbox has said it will add a seventh layer at a later time.