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adventure series Tales from the Borderlands will be expanding another episode in two weeks on June 23rd. Catch a Ride is the next slice of this Borderlands adventure spin-off.
After escaping the "very-near-almost-certain-death scenario" in episode two, Rhys and Fiona are now looking for the next piece of the puzzle to "Vault key ownership." This season totals five episodes.
Borderlands universe expands this month with Pre-Sequel DLC and Tales from the Borderlands Episode Two
Gearbox announced the next round of content for its two most recent Borderlands games during a panel atover the weekend.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will get a new DLC pack called The Claptastic Voyage on March 24, while the second episode of Telltale’s Tales from the Borderlands adventure game will drop on March 17.
Something called a 'Super Show' is coming to invade both our games library and TiVo schedules, according toand studio . They've partnered up to deliver something bridging the two mediums.
Apparently it's not some 'game with a TV show', or a 'TV show with a tie-in game', but something altogether different. This Super Show is a "very natural evolution" for Telltale and its interactive story-telling.
Randy Pitchford has tweeted he's on the lookout for more talent over atto work on the next Borderlands project. "This is the big one," he said, likely referring to full sequel Borderlands 3.
Also out tomorrow is the Lady Hammerlock DLC for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, which adds a new character to play as, including her own three unique skill tress. It's priced at $10.
Telltale tease "secret surprise" announcement soon, "not directly related" to current line-up [UPDATE]
UPDATE: Announcement is, a collaboration between Telltale and Mojang.
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Ta-dah!has just tweeted they've got "super secret surprise announcements" before we all break up for the holidays, and that it isn't "directly related" to anything from them this year.
More fuel to the fire as an additional tease reveals Telltale is working with another developer on whatever they've got cooking. Right now Telltale have Game of Thrones and Tales from the Borderlands.