Games made by Telltale, which has gone under not a few months back, have been massively getting delisted off Steam and GOG, with Tales from the Borderlands at the forefront of the issue. The latest revelation is that 2K is working to alleviate this, but the problem remains.
Namely, while 2K is sure to rescue Tales from the Borderlands from Internet oblivion, they have nothing to do with some of the other iconic Telltale adventures, such as The Wolf Among Us, Sam & Max, and others. We can't help but wonder - what's going to happen to those games?
How it all went down is that Tales got taken off Steam first, with all Telltale adventures following suit on GOG. A bit of a mixture, but this is the likely consequence of varying IP rights contracts across different digital storefronts.
According to 2K, they are "working to get Tales from the Borderlands back up on digital storefronts as soon as possible." This tells us little to nothing on the mechanisms that are cranking up behind closed doors, but at least there's hope.
Whether any such hail Mary comes to the other Telltale adventures, only time will tell, but things certainly aren't looking up at the time of writing.