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Doubt in borderlands2

I am new to this borderland thingy
i didn't play the first one and i am completely unaware of the whole system of playing it.
Yesterday i purchased borderlands 2 ....

I am planning to play it offline.(not even in co-op)
i had a doubt regarding the single player campaign...
In the starting of the game all my friends die and i have to chose one player for the campaign.
Is there any way of having artificially controlled friends..?
I am asking this because i have read it innumerous times that the main awesomeness of the game lies in co-op and that the game is a bit tough if played solo...

So what i'm asking is-
''is there any way of having artificially controlled friends ( like mass effect) in borderlands 2 or do i have to play alone??''
pls reply...thnxx in advance..lol
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  1. pls help me out on this one.....pls
  2. Best answer
    I played it for a few hours offline (single player) and you are solo. No friends.
  3. The only way to play with other people is to play online, with real people. I am positive there are no AI that you can play solo with in the game. Sorry.
  4. Borderlands 2 is crap. Feels like a dumb PS2 port that no bodies remembers because it is such crap. I got a laugh out of the foul language for a few minutes then realized I threw away 40 dollars and got a :( face.
  5. There is not artificial intelligence (AI) in Borderlands 2 that will allow you to get the co-op experience. However, you don't necessarily have to play online to play Co-op.

    My two kids play Borderlands 2, CoD:BO 2, and many others in Co-op and do not have online access. My youngest has even went as far as creating a secondary account on our X-Box and playing against himself.
  6. Uni-bomber???
  7. Best answer selected by armageddon007.
  8. thanks to alll and i really did a mistake buying this one/////hoof////
  9. hedwar2011 said:
    There is not artificial intelligence (AI) in Borderlands 2 that will allow you to get the co-op experience. However, you don't necessarily have to play online to play Co-op.

    My two kids play Borderlands 2, CoD:BO 2, and many others in Co-op and do not have online access. My youngest has even went as far as creating a secondary account on our X-Box and playing against himself.


    are you the uni-bomber?
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