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Claptrap's New Robot Revolution is the fourth DLC released for Borderlands. It was released on all platforms on September 28, 2010.

Pricing

Playstation

  • $US9.99/£6.43/€7.99/29PLN

Xbox 360

  • 800 Microsoft Points. 400 Gold [1]

PC

  • $US9.99/£6.29/€7.99[2][3]

Features

  • 6 New Areas to explore IGN
  • New enemies, including a military force in the employ of Hyperion, and foes from the past with new Claptrap 'upgrades'.
  • New NPCs
  • 2 additional skill point SDUs, 1 per playthrough and 8 additional levels from upcoming standalone patch. IGN
  • 6 additional Backpack Slots, 3 per SDU. (1 SDU per playthrough)
  • 21 New missions
  • New Achievements and Trophies (Steam, XBL, PSN) Gamespot

Characters

Enemies

Areas

Tartarus Station is the central hub and starting point of Claptrap's New Robot Revolution. Players can access this location by using the Fast Travel system from any Fast Travel terminal.

Mission Flow

Achievements

Main article: Achievements#Claptrap's_New_Robot_Revolution

A number of new achievements to complete.

Teaser Gallery

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Screenshots Gallery

Claptrap-enemy1

Enemy Claptrap

Hyperion-guard-trapped

Hyperion guard "claptrapped"

DLC4-shot001

Castro-trap graffiti


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Stabby Claptrap

Knoxx-trap

Knoxx Trap!

Preview posters

Revolution Posters

Punching-claptrap

Punching Stabby Claptrap

Picture1

The Robolution

Video

Borderlands Claptrap's New Robot Revolution Intro01:31

Borderlands Claptrap's New Robot Revolution Intro

Introduction

Borderlands Claptrap's New Robot Revolution Demo & Interview00:00

Borderlands Claptrap's New Robot Revolution Demo & Interview

GameSpot Interview with gameplay footage (HD 720p available)

Gametrailers Borderlands Claptrap's New Robot Revolution Gameplay & Interview00:00

Gametrailers Borderlands Claptrap's New Robot Revolution Gameplay & Interview

Gametrailers Interview with gameplay footage (HD 720p available)

Notes

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  1. This DLC was produced by Darkside Game Studios.
  2. This DLC does not include Pearlescent equipment.

Trivia

Claptrap from dlc4 patch
  • On July 29, 2010, Randy Pitchford tweeted that more news about the fourth DLC would be coming soon. Gearbox Software made the official announcement on August 11, 2010.
  • On August 4 patch 1.31 was released for PC. Within the patch files was information about potential missions, enemies and new locations for DLC 4. Original discovery by Zackh411. First added here. Original forum link here.
Subsequent exploration of the patch conducted by Legendrew available here.
  • The posters of claptrap seem to be references to Che Guevara, Fidel Castro and U.S. president Obama
  • There is graffiti at the foot of a red weapons chest at the top of a building just west of Marcus in Tartarus Station. The graffiti shows a Claptrap speaking binary in a speech bubble. The binary translates to "Steve the Bandit". Picture of Binary
  • Some billboards have a red poster with a message in binary "01110010 01100101 01110110 01101111 01101100 01110101 01110100 01101001 01101111 01101110" which translates to "revolution."
  • There is a pedestal that has a statue of INAC, which has binary on it, which translates to "Viva la revolution".
  • One of the announcements is a modified version of a saying from another 2K game: "Is a claptrap not entitled to the oil of his brow?" is likely a reference to the opening speech made by Andrew Ryan in Bioshock.

References

See also

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