Gearbox Software has announced that the long delisted Tales from the Borderlands is making a return to digital storefronts on February 17th, coming to Playstation and Xbox platforms, as well as Steam and the Epic Games Store on PC.
Tales from the Borderlands is a narrative-based adventure game, developed by Telltale Games, creator of many similar games such as Batman: The Enemy Within, and the critically acclaimed The Walking Dead. Tales from the Borderlands was originally released in five individual episodes, starting in November 2014. The game was taken down from online storefronts in 2018 when the company closed.
This new release of the game will compile every episode together in a single package, allowing players to experience this story bridging the gap between Borderlands 2 and Borderlands 3 without having to wait months between installments. Gearbox stated that each episode will not be sold separately.
It will also allow players to import a save if they owned the original version of the game on the same platform, letting them continue their progress from where they left off. Cross-generational save transfer is also a feature for the Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game.