Just a few months after its initial Epic Games Store launch, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is about to make its way to Steam. Alongside its Steam launch, the game is also set and primed to receive an all-new Mirror of Mystery DLC, the so-called Molten Mirrors expansion.
While the fact that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is getting fresh post-launch content to celebrate its Steam release is noteworthy on its own, fans of the game may be most interested in hearing about its upcoming character class. The infectious Blightcaller promises a variety of elemental options to dish out punishment with, and it is bound to substantially bolster Wonderlands‘ already substantial build roster.
Upon release, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands featured seven character classes to choose from, with the ability to mix two of them at pivotal moments during a character’s leveling process. Now, however, that number is being expanded with an entirely new class. The shaman-derived Blightcaller is an elemental powerhouse with druidic leanings, allowing players to dish out heavy amounts of elemental damage with a penchant for poison, specifically.
Whereas DLC for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands have been disappointing in some ways, the addition of a novel character class is sure to spruce things up for players. Depending on how the Blightcaller’s skills and abilities are set up, the class might work especially well when used in conjunction with Sporewarden and Graveborn abilities, which would basically spec the character out into a fully fledged Diablo Druid and Necromancer, respectively.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is coming out on Steam on June 23, and the Molten Mirrors DLC featuring the Blightcaller character class is set to go live alongside it. Players who missed out on the pre-release Golden Hero armor set will also have an opportunity to purchase the set of cosmetics as an extra DLC, should they wish to do so. What’s particularly noteworthy is that players who might be double-dipping on Wonderlands and switching from the Epic Games Store over to Steam will have a chance to transfer their save files, allowing them to move jump from one platform to another.
As exciting as the Blightcaller itself might be, however, the Mirrors of Mystery series of DLC hasn’t been all that well regarded by the community. Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands could benefit from a traditional expansion pack or two, and the addition of a single new class might not be enough to keep veteran players around for a very long time.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.