There’s a lot to enjoy here, and if you’re a person who’ll just check out the game in your free time versus grinding it for hours on end, you’ll like it. If you are somebody who likes to dedicate whole days to playing CoD with your friends, then you might quickly find yourself wanting to find something else to play.
There are many things to see in this game that you’ll miss out on if you plow through it, so try to take some time to explore this beautiful game. Whether you’re on current-gen or next-gen, there’s a lot to love here. I will say that playing it on the Xbox Series X after spending time on the Xbox One X, the difference is just night and day from 30 FPS to 60.
With that said, this is still the core Borderlands 2 experience translated to VR. If you’re looking for another reason to play through the game again and you’re a fan of VR, this will give you exactly what you’re looking for, just with some minor issues but nothing game-breaking.
If you want a portable Skyrim in your life that looks and performs great, look no further than Skyrim on the Nintendo Switch.
The shroud of the microtransactions cloud everything in this game and that certainly drags the game's final score down. I really hope you read this review instead of jumping to the score because if microtransactions and a pay-to-progress loot box system don't bother you, this game is certainly for you.