The narrative-driven adventure game Tales from the Borderlands is back on sale starting today after a yearslong hiatus.
The game was pulled from digital storefronts back in 2019. The de-listing followed the closure of the game’s developer, Telltale Games, which went out of business in 2018. It was revealed during the latest episode of The Borderlands Show that it would to digital stores this week.
Tales from the Borderlands is set between the events of Borderlands 2 and Borderlands 3. It follows two unreliable narrators on a quest borne of greed but destined for greatness.
“Your choices shape this tale to be uniquely yours, with plenty of unforeseen consequences ranging from hilarious to heart-wrenching,” 2K says. “See the eventual fates of unforgettable characters like Handsome Jack and Scooter in this essential piece of the Borderlands canon.”
The re-released version consolidates all five original episodes into a single package. It is available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If you own a next-gen console, you can also play the game on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 via backward compatibility.