Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands came out to a mainly positive reception three months ago, and with its quarter year anniversary comes a plethora of patch notes and a release on Steam to keep Tina relevant.
What first started as what many would assume is ‘just Borderlands DLC,’ considering that’s how Tiny Tina got her introduction in Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, has now evolved into a full-fledged spin-off title based on tabletop board gaming set in the Borderlands universe. Of course, as Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a standalone entry, it comes with its very own patch notes.
The downloadable update, called Patch 184.108.40.206A, will include much needed support for the third content drop made available by the season pass, and includes some major changes as well as many small bug exterminations. This of course comes on the heels of the recently released second part of DLC, Glutton’s Gamble, and with the Steam release of the title, the third DLC titled Molten Mirrors will also invade the Wonderlands as part of the four Mirrors of Mystery DLC pieces.
Notable Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Patch 220.127.116.11A Notes
– Increased Chaos Chamber Cap to 50 from 35
– A new Chaos Tier of gear has been added: Ascended!
– A new type of run has been added to Chaos Chamber: Boss Run
– [PC Only] Added support for AMD FSR 2.0
– Wheel of Fate drop changes:
— The Wheel of Fate categories now include an improved (1.5x) dedicated drop chance at Legendaries from EACH DLC that the Host Fatemaker owns and has the correct progress in, assuming the category they landed on has any dedicated DLC Legendaries associated with it. This dedicated chance scales with luck.
— The Wheel of Fate now spawns 4 guaranteed gear pieces when you land on a gear category. The rarity chances of that gear now scale better with luck.
— When landing on the Customization category, the Wheel of Fate now spawns 2 customizations normally associated with Badasses from the main game, plus 2 customizations from EACH DLC that the host owns and has the correct progress in.Patch Notes
These patch notes come directly from the 2K Games website, which outlines even further what Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has in store for players, including slight quality of life fixes such as having to hold a button when deleting a character, adding a sense of finality to the move.
With Tina launching on Steam today, it’s worth mentioning that the PC version of the game is adding AMD’s FSR 2.0, giving a boost to framerates and overall resolution of displayed images. Players can view the patch notes on the 2K website for all the included and listed fixes hitting the game today.