I've never dropped acid, but I kinda think that if I did it would result in something like Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's newest trailer, "Moon Dance". Celebrating the game's newly announced release date, which is October 14 for those who haven't already filled up their fall schedule wit hother games, Moon Dance is... unique. Imagine a mixture of space, electonic music, choreographed dancing and that ol' patented Borderlands mayhem and poop humor.
Those who haven't heard much about Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel should know that it seems to be more of an expansion on Borderlands 2 than a full iteration on the brand. It is, however, a standalone product and it will certainly have a full game's worth of content. All I'm trying to convey is that it will very much be like Borderlands 2 in terms of visuals and gameplay, but with a few small additions. Thing like the low-gravity jumping found in the game's preorder DLC announced today.
Those who preorder the game will be provided access to the "Shock Drop Slaughter Pit", a rather inoccuous DLC pack of what sounds like gladator-style, waved-based challenges. Taking place in an old Dahl facility on one of Pandora's moons, insane Dahl military recruiter TR4-NU (uh, um, hmm). Preorderers will certainly have fun with the extra content, but thankfully it isn't so significant as to be a pain for gamers who don't like to preorder (or don't have the ability to).
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is planned for release on October 14 in North America and October 17 in Europe for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. No PlayStation 4 or Xbox One ports are currently announced, but I'm putting money on Game of the Year Editions on them within a year.