Video Leak Suggests Potential Tales from the Borderlands Remaster and Sequel

Tales From the Borderlands Redux, AdHoc, Telltale, The Wolf Among Us 2

Telltale Games’ Tales from the Borderlands may be getting a remaster and sequel season if a new leaked trailer turns out to be real. Footage of a supposedly leaked trailer for Tales from the Borderlands Redux appeared on Reddit, teasing new content in the form of developer commentary, concept art, codex entries, unused content, and even a new episode to boot. Plus, the lone “2” left at the end of the trailer seems to be teasing some sort of sequel. Hopefully we won’t have to wait long to hear something official considering the trailer alleges a 2020 release date for the remaster. Real or fake, you can watch the footage below.

Recommended Videos

Take everything with a grain of salt, but the alleged clips for Tales from the Borderlands Redux look somewhat promising. It’s also worth mentioning that, along with 2K, Gearbox, and Telltale, the trailer credits AdHoc Studio – a studio set up by former Telltale staff. The last major project AdHoc had been confirmed to work on is The Wolf Among Us 2, which was announced during The Game Awards 2019.

The original Tales from the Borderlands was well-reviewed, and its events fed in part into the most recent Gearbox entry in the franchise with Borderlands 3. That said, some storylines were left open with the ending of the episodic game’s first season, and a sequel could serve as a great way to tie up some loose ends.

Telltale shut its doors in 2018 but was brought back in 2019 when LGC Entertainment purchased the company’s assets, trademarks, technology, and assorted IP.

related content
Read Article How to Make Minecraft in Infinite Craft
Read Article All Patch Notes for Baldur’s Gate 3 Update Hotfix #20
Read Article Tron 3 First Look Reveals Costumes for Ares
Related Content
Read Article How to Make Minecraft in Infinite Craft
Read Article All Patch Notes for Baldur’s Gate 3 Update Hotfix #20
Read Article Tron 3 First Look Reveals Costumes for Ares
Author
Michael Cripe
Michael joined The Escapist team in 2019 but has been covering games, movies, TV, and music since 2015. When he’s not writing, Michael is probably playing Super Mario Sunshine, Dead Space, The Binding of Isaac, or Doom Eternal. You can follow his news coverage and reviews at The Escapist, but his work has appeared on other sites like OnlySP, Gameranx, and Kansas City’s The Pitch, too. If you’d like to connect and talk about the latest pop-culture news, you can follow Michael on Twitter (@MikeCripe), Instagram (mike_cripe), or LinkedIn if that’s your thing.