Another Telltale-developed game is rising out of its grave soon, as Gearbox today announced that Tales from the Borderlands is returning to storefronts on February 17. The game was one of the casualties of Telltale's demise in 2018, with it being delisted from storefronts alongside other narrative-driven adventure titles by the company.
The game's return means fans of the franchise can once again experience what occurred in the gap between Borderlands 2 and 3. The canon storyline revolves around Hyperion employee Rhys, Pandoran con-artist Fiona, and their band of misfits as they search for another Vault. The award-winning campaign also features series regulars like Moxxi, Zer0, Marcus, and Claptrap, as players make choices throughout it to influence relationships and where the story goes.
On February 17, Tales from the Borderlands will be available for sale once again on Steam, Epic Games Store, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. It will also be playable on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 consoles via backward compatibility. While the original release arrived in a five-episode format, Gearbox is packaging everything into a single product for the re-release.
This is not the only Telltale game to return since the company went under, as The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, and Batman have also re-appeared. Much like this latest development, however, new companies - including a remade Telltale - are in charge of the re-released titles.