The staff also contains a health care provider of interative fiction.
New Tales From the Borderlands is defined to be always a spiritual successor to the initial Telltale Games narrative adventure. Even though Gearbox, led by its Quebec studio, is leading this new project, key alumni whove done the initial Tales Borderlands games may also be working on the brand new title.
In 2018, Telltale Games closed its doors in dramatic fashion, laying off the majority of its staff and canceling several projects in development. While Telltale Games has since been revived under new ownership, many ex-Telltale developers have gone to work in various studios and industries.
But also for fans worried New Tales From the Borderlands may be missing the input of developers whove helped perfect the narrative adventure genre, worry not. Within an interview with IGN, Gearbox shared that key members who done Telltales Tales From the Borderlands are back for New Tales.
We’ve plenty of excellent writers between our Gearbox Studios who’ve spent lots of time building the Borderlands universe but we partnered with key alumni from the initial Tales game, says Gearbox director of production James Lopez.
Not just that, but New Tales From the Borderlands head writer is Lynn Joyce who’s a health care provider of interactive fiction. Which means the a huge selection of choices Gearbox is promising in New Tales From the Borderlands should surprise players with the many ways they are able to branch off and in addition converge back to one another.
New Tales From the Borderlands was announced Gamescom Opening Night Live. For more announcements, have a look at IGNs rundown of each new game and trailer revealed.
Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s News Editor. It is possible to reach him @lawoftd.
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