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It looks as though the once defunct, but now resurrected Telltale Games is showing some movement, as one of their games could be heading to next-gen consoles. Tales from the Borderlands got a new PEGI rating in December, which could be an indicator that it is heading to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.
Gematsu shared on Twitter the PEGI rating for Tales from the Borderlands which lists the PC rating along with PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. This could mean that fans are potentially getting a full re-release of the title as opposed to just a next-gen update. What that means exactly for graphical improvements is very much up in the air, but with the systems on offer, it could be the usual 4K 60fps enhancements.
The game was very highly regarded by fans of the franchise, and lauded for its humour, excellent writing, character development and, of course, that iconic finger gun shootout. Telltale Games was shut down back in 2018, but fast forward to 2019 and LCG Entertainment swoops in to save the brand. LCG bought the Telltale assets and brought the company back to life. Although they're yet to release anything new since its resurrection, they are currently working on the sequel to The Wolf Among Us.
As for Tales from the Borderlands, there's been no official word yet from Telltale Games in regards to whether this is in fact a thing and when it could be heading to the next-gen systems. Hopefully, we'll hear something new about it in the coming days, but in the meantime, there's always the option to play it via backward compatibility.
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