Borderlands 2's initial wave of DLC looks set to receive a retail release in March, according to retailer listings uncovered this morning.
GAME, ShopTo and Sendit each suggest that 'Borderlands 2 Add-On Content Pack' is due to launch on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on March 1, including two of the three add-ons released for Gearbox's co-op shooter so far, plus a variety of bonuses previously only available to pre-order customers.
Both Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty and Mr Torgue's Campaign of Carnage seem to be included in the box, along with The Mechromancer character class and the Creature Slaughter Dome.
The listings also suggest that the pack includes a Golden Key to grant players access to rare loot, new heads and skins for each character, and four new weapons, including the Skyrocket Grenade.
Though 2K Games has yet to officially announce the pack, retailers suggest that it'll retail for around £14.99, offering a substantial saving to those yet to invest in Borderlands 2's DLC. Individually, the two main expansion packs and Mechromancer character class would set you back around £20.
VideoGamer.com has contacted 2K Games for comment.
Source: GAME, ShopTo, Sendit