More Borderlands DLC planned

Take Two CEO pleased with results.

Take Two has said to expect more Borderlands downloadable content.

"We'll continue to support the title with more digital content," CEO Ben Feder said in a financial results conference call.

The latest instalment, The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, picked up a 9/10 review on Eurogamer recently.

The first two didn't do badly either. Check out our Zombie Island of Dr Ned and Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot reviews for more.

Feder said he was so pleased with the response that Borderlands DLC would become a template for future games.

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