Tiny Tina’s Wonderland is the next big game from Gearbox, taking the silliness and craziness from its Borderlands franchise into a spin-off universe commanded by Tiny Tina. With the game due to release on March 25, Gearbox and 2K have confirmed that Tiny Tina’s Wonderland release times are different per region and platform.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderland release times
Tiny Tina’s Wonderland release times are currently different spending on the platform you plan to play in. If you’re planning on playing the game on Epic Game’s PC platform, the game will have a global launch.
The launch is centred around the CET timezone, so if you’re in Europe, you will see the game go live at midnight. Meanwhile, GMT users, aka the UK, Ireland, and Portugal, can get the game at 23:00 March 24. Over on the East Coast of the U.S, you can get it at 19:00 thanks to Daylight Savings time, while the West Coast can get it at 16:00 PDT. As for the Eastern hemisphere, Tokyo will see the game go live at 08:00 JST, while Singapore gets it a 07:00 SGT, Sydney at 10:00 AET, and New Zealand players can get it midday.
On the other hand, console players should expect a midnight launch regardless of location. It means that technically the first players in the world to get the game are New Zealand players. If you can change your console’s system time and location to New Zealand, then you may be able to trick your console into getting the game when it goes live in another region.
This seemed to work for most players playing Elden Ring early, especially those on Xbox. It’s worth checking out if you are an eager beaver. But remember, you won’t be able to play with your Shift match making crossplay friends if you do this, as the servers likely won’t go live in your region or on other consoles, platforms. Therefore, if you plan to play single player, it’s a no-brainer as you can skip your apparent Tiny Tina Wonderland release time.
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