Little Tina’s Wonderland class, environment, spells and melee mechanics revealed

Provides quite a lot of new game details Little Tina’s Wonderland.

Today, Gearbox Software provides us with detailed information about Stabbomancer and Brr-zerker, new magic environments (such as Butt Stallion’s Castle), an overview of spells and melee mechanics, and more.


In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you can create your own heroes through appearance customization and a multi-class system that allows you to mix and match six different character skill trees. Two of these classes include the aforementioned Stabbomancer and Brr-Zerker.

Stabbomancers are sneaky, crit-focused assassins. They use magic rotating blades to disappear into the shadows at will. They can also use the enemy’s weakness to quietly knock them down before they know what happened.

Brr-Zerkers are frost-infused bruisers whose firepower can be combined with melee attacks. In battle, they like to fight personally at close quarters and take a place on the front line.

While viewing two of the courses, it also provided information about the environment, including mushroom forests, Pirate Bay, and various locations in Wonderland. These environments have their own plot missions, side missions, enemies, etc. As you progress in the game, you will find more content.

Some places worth exploring include Brighthoof, which is the “crown jewel” of Queen Butt Stallion’s queen kingdom. This fairyland capital is protected by the diamond guard, but for some reason, it was “put down” by the evil enemy. The area includes Butt Stallion’s Castle, Castlewithers, which emits such a bright light, and the Queen’s Kingdom is bathed in its light.

There is also Sunfang Oasis, where there are dense foliage, lagoons and large ruins of ancient civilizations. Although it looks a bit like a good place to relax, it is a fiercely coiled home, which will obviously bring you some problems.

Thanks to Tangledrift beanstalk, you will find a town in the sky. This ecosystem provides a noble way of life in their high-rise residences, but just because these people live on the ground does not mean they are not harmed.

In the game, you will try to defeat the Dragon King. In your mission, you will encounter various monsters, from sharks with legs to sentient skeletons.

This includes the Skeleton Army, who used to be just people resting in the tomb. Unfortunately, the eternal rest is not doomed, because the Dragon King has resurrected their remains and become soldiers in an unswerving army.

To help you fight the skeleton army and other enemies, the game is equipped with powerful guns, spells and melee weapons.

Casting can be used to deal with enemies, and most of the spells have a short cooling time. You can often use your fingertips to shoot magic. Some spells can make enemies work briefly, you can blow them up with fire, or use mini tornadoes to make them fly. Other spells provide more utility, such as providing some protection for you and your allies or reducing the cooldown time.

In addition to guns and spells, you can also keep dedicated melee weapons constantly equipped and ready to be used in battle. It is unlikely to take precedence over the gun in your right hand and the spell in your left hand, but adding some close-up blows to the mix will change a few things.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will be available exclusively through the Epic Games Store on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4 and PC on March 25, and will be released on other PC digital stores later in 2022.