With a few extensive skill trees, a large catalog of weapons, skill points, a few difficult missions, bugs, and the final boss Sentinel, the game can be at times a bit challenging. Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel came after the first Borderlands. Gameplay-wise it’s also the same, a bit better than Borderlands 1 and a bit worse than Borderlands 2. The game has quite a few filler-missions that bore you to death and a large number of migraine-inducing meat shields. To keep yourself from breaking the gaming PC on a second run, its best to use a Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Save Editor to spice up the gameplay. Our one-and-only trusted, and beloved programmer Rick aka Gibbed has once again made save editing easy. Typing ‘Save Editor Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel‘ and doing a simple search on Google to show you his heroics. Titles like Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Gibbed Save Editor, gibbed Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Save Editor, Gibbed Save Editor Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, etc, would fill the whole page. Clicking any one of them will tell you how to install and use the save editor. The editor will allow you to change your character stats, maximize skill points, add all guns, etc. For people who want to experiment by themselves using a PC can search ‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Save Editor PC or Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel PC Save Editor‘. For transferring files from a PS4 or Xbox to a computer for editing, you can search Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel PS4 Save Editor or Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Save Editor PS4 respectively. Going through the instructions, you will learn how to transfer the files properly, how to install the save editor, and how to use it. But before attempting any modifications to your save file, make sure you have a backup because editing source files oftentimes create corrupt files.