You’d think it would take a while for the community to determine the best of a game with 87 bazillion guns. But players of the loot shooter Tiny Tina’s Wonderland (Fact check: less than two weeks out) have already crowned a reigning champion: a legendary pistol called the Liquid Cooling.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderland– developed by Gearbox and released for PlayStation, Xbox and PC less than two weeks ago – is very similar to the mainline series from which it emerged. That series, border areasis perhaps best known for being a first-person shooter with an almost limitless variety of loot, as immortalized in an infamous dubstep-heavy trailer to the Borderlands 2 He proclaimed a series of “870 gajillion guns”. Basically, the sheer number of weapons in one border areas The game is far lower than a sum so large you can’t register it on a calculator, but the series uses a procedural generation system to create it to appear how it is. Two assault rifles that are basically identical except for one that reloads 0.0001 seconds faster? Count them as two different assault rifles!
But even factoring in and ignoring the subtle differences between nearly identical weapons, the stocks in these games are galactically vast. wonderland is no different, which means everyone does the dance that happens every time border areas comes out: yelling about the best weapon in the game right now.
It was an easy debate, at least according to some fans. “Well, as we all know, liquid cooling is the best weapon in the game,” one player summarized in a’s caption semi-viral Reddit post. as Joltzdude139the outstanding border areas YouTuber, put it“Gun go BRRRRRRRR!!”
Like many legendary automatic weapons, Liquid Cooling has phenomenal damage output and a staggering rate of fire. it fires Frost Ammo, which slows down enemies and, if used enough, turns them into an ice sculpture that triples their weakness into melee damage. (Liquid cooling pairs with the melee-focused Brr Zerker Class, since you can allocate skill points to increase your Frost damage.) And since it’s a Skuldugger-branded weapon, it deals extra melee damage and doesn’t require reloading; You can fire until it overheats, at which point you just have to wait a few seconds for it to recharge. Or – and this is the perk that makes Liquid Cooling so ridiculously overpowered – when you land a critical hit, it cools down. So if you aim hard enough, you can potentially fire Liquid Cooling forever.
You can get Liquid Cooling by going to Salty Walk Fast travel point from Crackmast Bay. There’s one a little further east ancient obelisk– an interactive structure that spawns a mini-boss – in a cave. The special boss of this obelisk, Lisacan drop Liquid Cooling when defeated.
A rarer, but still technically possible, method is to simply… play. Some players claim They’ve also encountered Liquid Cooling as a “World Drop”, meaning it has a negligible chance of dropping from traditional loot sources (chests, lucky dice, defeated enemies, etc.). But obviously you can’t rely on that.
Of course there is a catch. Some Players say they have experienced An issue where liquid cooling won’t cool down if you let it overheat, effectively rendering it useless. They say it’s a bug. (One possible workaround: drop the weapon on the ground, have a co-op partner pick it up, then drop it.) It might also have something to do with Liquid Cooling’s red flavor text: “Works great until it doesn’t work. t”, although this is probably a reference to the weapon’s ridiculously good cooldown benefit. It’s unclear if an immediate fix is in the works, or if Gearbox has other planned changes — perhaps a nerf — to the arguably overpowered weapon. Studio officials did not respond to a request for comment on the release in a timely manner.