Borderlands 2's first two DLC packs listed for retail release by Australian Classification Board

Borderlands 2's first two DLC packs, Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty and Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage, may be released together at retail on a disc, if an Australian Classification Board listing spotted by Player Attack is any indication.

According to the ratings board, the two-pack is called the Borderlands 2 Expansion Pack, and would be released on multiple platforms. Developer Gearbox Software released the Borderlands Double Game Add-On Pack for the original Borderlands, which included that game's first two DLC packs, The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned and Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot, in April 2010 for $19.99.

The Captain Scarlett add-on was originally released in October, and the Mr. Torgue DLC came in November; the digital releases each sell for $10, and are included in the game's $29.99 season pass. Gearbox will release two more pieces of Borderlands 2 DLC, including Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt, which launches Jan. 15.

We've reached out to Gearbox for comment and will update this post with any information we receive.

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