What PC stores is Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands releasing on?

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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a Borderlands spin-off that will be released on March 25, 2022.

The action role-playing FPS is coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Microsoft Windows. There are several ways to get your hands on it for those looking to play it on a Windows PC.

However, most of these methods fall back to the Epic Games Store. The Steam page is active for the game, but it’s well known that it won’t be coming to this platform until much later than its original release date, if at all.


Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will launch exclusively on the Epic Games Store

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands has a Borderlands fan in ecstasy (Image via Gearbox Software)
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands delighted Borderlands fans (Image via Gearbox Software)

Gearbox Software has been hard at work creating the next installment in their Borderlands saga. The spin-off was in talks as early as 2010, with an official reveal on June 10, 2021.

Less than a year later, players will be able to dive into wonderlands on different systems. PC gamers can get their copy through the Epic Games Store, which already has pre-orders available.

Another way to pre-order or purchase the PC version of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is through the 2K Online Store. Publisher 2K Games has the standard title, with the Chaotic Great Edition listed on their site.

When either is selected, players are taken to the login screen to log in to their Epic Games Store account. So no matter where gamers try to get a PC copy, the Epic Games Store is where they’ll end up.

Steam users may be confused by the exclusivity, as a Steam page has been created for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. It has everything from trailers to screenshots and a “Coming Soon” release date.

@EclecticDrkness I know it sucks that this is an epic exclusive. The exclusivity is only 6 months then on Steam.

It may very well end up on Steam at some point, but there have been instances in the past where a Steam page was created for a game just for advertising purposes, and it was never published.

Some saw this as a shady tactic, and Valve said they would no longer allow it. It looks like they haven’t taken action on games that do, so gamers shouldn’t expect a Steam release anytime soon.


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