Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is out now, you gotta check out the cool Launch Trailer above! If you haven’t decided which version of the game to pick up, I do have a handy guide showing an overview of all the versions of the game and their exclusive bonuses. If you are already playing don’t forget to pick up a SHiFT Code as the first one has just been published.
Quick Starter Tips
Take a moment to consider your Primary class choice
While you can multiclass later on in the game, you cannot change your Primary class. So take a good look at the various playable classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Your secondary class will initially be locked, you are able to change it up once you have beaten the main story quest. Your character’s backstory gives you your starter stats, you are able to balance them out afterward.
Don’t forget to spend your hero points
As you progress through the game, you will level up and gain a Skill and Hero Point. While the Skill Tree is quickly accessible in the menu, don’t forget to spend that Hero Point in that menu. Because Hero Points let you increase your Strength, Dexterity, Intelligence, Wisdom, Constitution, and Attunement. These will provide meaningful increases to your damage and survivability over time, so boost those stats whenever you get the chance.
You can Fast Travel from anywhere
You can fast travel from anywhere in the game just pull up the menu and head to the Map tab. Select a location you want to visit and you will magically be teleported to that spot. There are Fast Travel Stations throughout the Wonderlands, most of which are located near Vending Machines. This lets you quickly buy new gear and sell your old stuff. Money is very valuable in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you want to stack up on Gold.
Use the proper damage type to take down tough enemies
There are 6 general damage types and 4 different enemy health bars in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Matching the right damage type to the right enemy really helps take down the toucher foes on your path. I have a complete breakdown of the damage types but you basically want to use fire against red bars, poison against yellow bars, lightning against blue bars, and frost against white bars. When you see the word “RESIST” pop up instead of damage numbers while shooting an enemy, it’s time to switch up your elemental damage type.
Explore the (Over)world for extra rewards
There are a lot of hidden items for you to find in the Wonderlands. These collectibles are part of the Campaign Challenges. By completing these, you get additional bonuses for your character. You really want to increase your Loot Luck so you can get better items along the way. Also, there are hidden locations on the Overworld that aren’t part of the main story quest.
Have fun playing the game and loot the Wonderlands! If you need more help with the game, my Wonderlands Hub is your wiki that is packed with resources.