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Watch Iron Man 3 Online The next Borderlands 2 downloadable content may be Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep. The possible DLC was outed with a photo by Gearbox Software writer Anthony Burch. The photo (spotted on Twitter by StealthyBox) shows an alleged poster of Assault on Dragon Keep. Tiny is obviously front and center in the poster but you can't make out much from the angle. The "T" in "Assault" is a sword, driving home the fact that this is a medieval fantasy-inspired add-on.

Watch Pain And Gain Online Tiny Tina was an NPC who appeared in the Borderlands 2 campaign. She's a 13 year old girl with an unlikely knack for demolition. Tiny also had a small role in Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage, the second DLC pack for the co-op shooter. Assault on Dragon Keep, if real, would be the fourth and final DLC pack included in Borderlands 2's Season Pass. Gearbox has said that they're going to continue producing additional content for the game, though.

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