Shooting things on the moon is different to shooting things on Earth-like Pandora. That's the message in this Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel video anyway, which has series villain Handsome Jack describing the basics of lunar gameplay. Anyone familiar with previous Borderlands games will feel at home, but now you can jump
, which seems to be a prerequisite for first-person shooter games in 2014.
In development at 2K Australia, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is emphatically not Borderlands 3. You can get the nitty-gritty on this distinction in our
Randy Pitchford interview
. We've also offered up our
. The game releases October 14.