That sounds flippant, but for a loot-driven game like the Borderlands sequel it's actually pretty important. It is, as concept designer Scott Kester explains in the first episode of a new video series about the forthcoming game (below), about making a loot-chomping shooter less repetitive by making the content more interesting, and more distinct. No new game footage in this video, sadly, so you'll just have to make do with Mr Kester explaining the "it's the same but better concept" over several minutes.
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