Frequently Asked Video Game Questions – Can I go back to unfinished quests in Borderlands 2 after I finish the game?

With the end of Throwback Thursday, one of the new weekly blogs that I wanted to do came to me when I was looking through some statistics for my little blog. I noticed that a lot of people were entering in actual questions to the search box. Questions that I knew the answers to, so I figured why not just go ahead and answer them since people are searching for them. My goal is to try to answer as many Video Game questions, since this is a blog about video games, as possible. Let’s get started with the first question.

Submitted by AnonymousCan I go back to unfinished quests in Borderlands 2 after I finish the game?

Yes! Once the game is over you’re free to continue playing on your current save and go back to finish any quests you might have missed or just skipped over. I would advise completing as many side quests as possible though, especially the ones that involve characters who end up dead by the end of the game, while you play through the main story missions. Side quests help you level up and you don’t want to go into a main story mission under leveled. I also find it good practice to just collect every side quest even if you don’t have the intention to actually do them. While you’re in the area of the main quest you might be able to complete the side quest when you’re already there so why not just do it?

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