A recent update to Borderlands Legends, the iOS real-time strategy spinoff of Gearbox Software's Borderlands franchise, brings a loot drop system similar to its console counterparts, new enemies and more, according to a post on 2K Games' website.
The 2K China-developed game now includes new enemy types and new mini bosses, and all enemies now drop Borderlands-branded guns when killed. A new attack allows you to direct vault hunter Mordecai's sniping to focus on an enemy and deliver "long-range shots with devastating accuracy." The update also brings iPhone 5 support, improved controls and adds those branded guns to the in-game shop, according to its iOS App Store description.
Released last Halloween, Borderlands Legends typically costs $4.99 for iPhone and $6.99 for iPad. Both versions are on sale for for $0.99 for a limited time. Check out the trailer above to see version 1.1.0's new features in motion.