While some have criticized Tiny Tinas Wonderlands for being too similar to Borderlands 3, it has a fair share of differences. Alongside a T rating for Tiny Tinas Wonderlands that makes it more popular, concepts like the Overworld and character creator are completely new for the series. Additionally, spells are significantly different from grenades, with players able to craft entire builds around them.
It is not that surprising that Tiny Tinas Wonderlands'' approach to DLC differs from what is expected in the main Borderlands games. Despite many being non adept at the spin-offs technique, it is worthwhile to compare the two Season Passes to see how diverse they are in terms of content.
Borderlands 3s Season Pass
The first Season Pass for Borderlands 3 included four major expansions, including Borderlands 3 following in the footsteps of Borderlands and Borderlands 2.
The multiplayer, each priced at $15, provided hours of entertainment for the game. Alongside several new locations and a fresh planet, players got to enjoy some story campaigns and side missions in each expansion that totaled 5-10 hours in length. The DLC for Borderlands 3 was widely praised by fans, with many believing that expansions like Bounty of Blood were better than the main games story. The Season Pass also included some Butt Stallion-themed gear.
Tiny Tinas Wonderlands Season Pass
Tiny Tinas Wonderlands Season Pass is considerably cheaper at $30, but this is for good reason. Mirrors of Mystery is divided into four replayable missions (one for $10) as opposed to four full-on mini campaigns. Each Mirror run takes between 10-30 minutes, with four different versions of the Mirrors boss in total, accounting for at least two hours per DLC.
However, Mirrors of Mystery, like Coiled Captors, has proved to be challenging, although many people believe that there isn''t much more to them than Vespers'' narration. While the DLC does provide a special loot source called the Wheel of Fate, the Mirrors themselves feel similar to the Chaos Chamber for some players. This is a good strategy, as the Chaos Chamber endgame mode continues to expand, but the DLCs themselves are a little down.
The Borderlands 3 Season Pass has over a dozen hours more content than the one for Tiny Tinas Wonderlands despite it being only $20 more. However, fans are not surprised by the Bunkers and Badasses fact that the Season Pass does not provide any. On the bright side, there is a new class dropping alongside the fourth Mirror of Mystery, which sweetens the deal and offers something that the original Borderlands 3 Season Pass did not.
Tiny Tinas Wonderlands is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox One X.