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New Tales From The Borderlands Officially Revealed, Hitting Switch In October

Update [Tue 23rd Aug, 2022 19: 45 BST]: Gearbox has officially confirmed New Tales from the Borderlands for Switch (along with other platforms) with the aforementioned trailer at Gamescom 2022.

Bringing back folks from the now-defunct Telltale Games who developed the initial Tales from the Borderlands game, it’s launching on 21st October.

Tales From The Borderlands
Image: 2K, Gearbox Software

Original Story [Thu 18th Aug, 2022 03: 55 BST]: Back April, Gearbox Software announced it might be reviving Tales from the Borderlands with a fresh entry.

Now, in the most recent development, there has been a leak via Amazon – seemingly confirming the title, release date, and a Nintendo Switch version. There is also a box art reveal contained within the now-removed links:

This new entry will supposedly be titled ‘New Tales from the Borderlands’ and is scheduled to reach in the next 1 / 2 of October. Aside from a Nintendo release, the overall game is also arriving at PlayStation, Xbox and PC.

The overall game includes both new and returning characters, and is once more driven by the player’s decision-making. Here’s the story (via Gematsu):

Have a stand against ruthless corporate overlords in this narrative-driven adventure! Within the perpetually war-torn metropolis of Promethea, youll control Anu, Octavio, and Fran on the worst day of these lives. Help these three lovable losers because they try to change the planet (and perhaps even save it)! Face down a planetary invasion, vicious vault monster, and cold-hearted capitalist in this cinematic thrill ride where what goes on next is your decision! Meet a motley cast filled with misfits, assassin bots, and talking guns in this race to the very best! Its time and energy to fight against exploitation and corporate greed. Its time and energy to make Mayhem your organization.

This next outing is apparently produced by Gearbox (exactly the same team behind the primary games & most recently Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands), whereas the initial game – released on Switch this past year – was handled by Telltale.

Can you be thinking about a follow-up to the initial Tales of the Borderland? Comment below.


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