Tales from the Borderlands returns to storefronts in February following delisting

Following designer Telltale Games’ studio closure in 2018, Tales from the Borderlands and other video games by Telltale were delisted from digital stores. Among Telltale’s most popular video games, Tales from the Borderlands is an episodic, narrative video game in the design of a comics, embeded in the Borderlands universe in between the stories of Borderlands 2 and Borderlands 3. To the pleasure of its fans, the video game will go back to digital stores on Feb. 17, Borderlands designer Transmission tweeted on Wednesday.

Following the abrupt studio closure, Telltale Games had the majority of its video games delisted from stores, and the designer stopped work on its incomplete Strolling Dead video game. (Skybound Home entertainment, begun by The Strolling Dead developer Robert Kirkman, took control of advancement of that title in 2018. The Strolling Dead: The Last Season was launched in 2019.) Tales from the Borderlands was formally delisted from GOG in Might 2019. The 5 episodes are no longer readily available for purchase online, however were available by means of disc since 2016.

Tales from the Borderlands returns to storefronts February 17,” checks out a tweet from the Borderlands Twitter account. “Set between Borderlands 2 and 3, Tales from the Borderlands follows the stories of Rhys, a Hyperion suit, and Fiona, a con artist, on a quest borne of greed but destined for greatness.”

In spite of its connection to the Borderlands franchise, Tales from the Borderlands doesn’t need gamers to understand other Borderlands video games or its world. As Polygon composed in 2015, there are referrals and characters that will recognize (and crucial!) to Borderlands fans, however it’s not essential to understand a great deal.

“One of the most impressive things about Tales from the Borderlands is that it deeply incorporates elements of the Borderlands franchise without necessitating any foreknowledge of the series,” Polygon’s Samit Sarkar composed.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.