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Meet the enemies of Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep

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More than past DLCs combined

Only just tomorrow the fourth and last campaign DLC for Borderlands 2, Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, will be upon us. Dragon Keep is a hearty serving, claiming to be the biggest expansion of the lot. Its biggest claim, though, is in its enemy variety, which touts a roster count larger than the three previous expansions combined. From skeletons to wizards, goblins and orcs, it runs the gamut of the fantasy genre, with unique AI patterns for each. No re-skinned marauders or psychos to be found here, like in past expansions.

That said, there is a welcome air of familiarity to some of the enemy variants. Skeletons, for example, come in the expected standard and badass forms, also including elemental variants such as suicide skeletons, who deal explosive damage, or storm knights, who are the shock variant of the knight enemy. For the full rundown, check out our preview, with a full review coming later in the week. Until then, feast your eyes on what you will be shooting and looting on your wild hunt.

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