The Borderlands games have been getting sequels and spin-offs for a while now, and most of them are pretty successful. So here are the Borderlands Games Ranked From Best To Worst.
For these rankings, we will use the scores the games have been given on Metacritic on the PC releases to give the best listing possible.
Borderlands 2 (89/100)
With your return to Pandora, you will play as a new set of characters while meeting the classic playable characters of Borderlands 1. Take down one of the most iconic video game villains CEO of the Hyperion, Handsome Jack, and save the planets from a destructive mining laser.
Borderlands 2 is available on PlayStation Vita, 3/4, Xbox 360/One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Tales from the Borderlands (85/100)
While the other titles on this list have an open-world game structure, Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands is a whole different thing. Instead of battling and exploring a world, you will follow the story of Rhys in a pick-your-own story game where you can have multiple different outcomes, friends and just things happen based on what you choose to answer to people.
Tales from the Borderlands is available on PlayStation 3/4, Xbox 360/One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Borderlands 3 (81/100)
In Borderlands 3, you get recruited by some of the characters from the previous Borderlands game to take down a new foe. the Calypso Twins try opening the great Vault and you are tasked to stop them from unleashing the monster in the vault.
Borderlands 3 is available on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One/Series X|S, and PC.
A new set of bounty hunters get dropped off onto the planet Pandora, but when they start, they have no clue what kind of story they get themselves into and become some of the greatest and most legendary vault hunters, taking down a big beast protected by an alien species.
Borderlands is available on PlayStation 3/4, Xbox 360/One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Check out our Borderlands Review to find out everything we thought about the game and what we scored it.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands (78/100)
Based on the popular Borderlands 2 DnD DLC, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands takes the borderlands format and puts it in the fantasy setting that you would see in games like Neverwinter or New World. Take down monsters and fantasy creatures and enjoy the DnD campaign in an open-world RPG setting.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is available on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One/Series X|S, and PC.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (75/100)
Set on one of the moons of Pandora (Between the 1st and 2nd game), follow Handsome Jack on his adventure to become the most dangerous things to happen to the planets surrounding Pandora and take control of a vault key that changes him into a bigger monster than he already was.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is available on PlayStation 3/4, Xbox 360/One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
New Tales From The Borderlands (69/100)
The sequel to Tales From The Borderlands isn’t really a sequel but more like a reboot. Sure, it just has that telltale feel, but it is also a bit more open and doesn’t even have any connection to the original Tales game that people knew, loved, and waited to see how the stories of those main characters would continue to go…
New Tales From The Borderlands is available on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One/Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC.
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