The official announcement image for Claptastic Voyage.

Ultimate Vault Hunter Upgrade Pack 2: Claptastic Voyage is a downloadable content pack for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. It adds a new story campaign, new locations, a new weapon rarity and a customizable, repeatable slaughterdome arena. As a final addition, the level cap is increased by 10.

Claptastic Voyage was released on the 24th of March 2015, is included within Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's Season Pass (or is available for individual purchase at US$9.99) and is included in a free of charge update for owners of Borderlands: The Handsome Collection.


After the conclusion to Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, Handsome Jack learns that Tassiter hid a powerful, top secret code deep within Claptrap, dubbed the H-Source. To extract the H-Source from Claptrap, Handsome Jack digitizes his Vault Hunters and sends them inside Claptrap's mind to obtain it. What seemed like a simple task turns out to be not so simple...


  • A new weapon rarity level, Glitch. Glitch weapons feature moving binary code over their bodies, an occasionally distorting appearance and have a chance to choose from up to four different glitch effects to change how the weapon operates.
  • Multiple new unique and legendary weapons.
  • New head and skins for each character.
  • A repeatable slaughterdome that can be customized by changing gravity and oxygen rules, adding buffs and/or debuffs to health, shields, action skills or weapons and by making enemies stronger/weaker.


Main article: Claptastic Voyage mission flow


Locations that appear on the Fast Travel list are marked with a *. Exit-only locations are marked with a #.

Architectural Features



New Enemies

Story Bosses

Side Bosses


  • Level range in Normal Mode begins at level 30 and scales up to a maximum of 40. In True Vault Hunter Mode, the level range begins at level 40 up to a maximum of 50. In Ultimate Vault Hunter Mode, the level range scales with the highest level Vault Hunter from a minimum of 50.


  • The dialogue in the opening and ending cutscenes will differ by the selected difficulty mode, though the cutscene itself remains the same.
  • The title of the DLC is a play on the 1966 movie Fantastic Voyage, about a group of scientists who are shrunk down to microscopic sizes to enter the body of another man and repair damage to his brain.
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