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Gearbox Software and Telltale Games are teaming up to bring a Borderlands-inspired adventure game titled Tales from the Borderlands, the companies announced today during Spike’s VGX awards.

Speaking with co-host Joel McHale, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford and Telltale co-founder Kevin Bruner introduced their collaboration with a teaser trailer (which we’ll add when available) and touched upon what players can expect from the studio’s collaboration.

According to Pitchford and Bruner, Tales from the Borderlands will “play like a Telltale game,” and while players will assume the roles of new characters and not vault hunters, they will still interact with familiar characters and return to familiar places.

No release window or platforms were provided. It’s safe to assume Tales from the Borderlands will grace pretty much everything.

Gearbox Software and Telltale Games Announce Tales from the Borderlands [Update: Trailer Added]

By | 12/7/2013 06:19 PM PT

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Gearbox Software and Telltale Games are teaming up to bring a Borderlands-inspired adventure game titled Tales from the Borderlands, the companies announced today during Spike’s VGX awards.

Speaking with co-host Joel McHale, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford and Telltale co-founder Kevin Bruner introduced their collaboration with a teaser trailer (which we’ll add when available) and touched upon what players can expect from the studio’s collaboration.

According to Pitchford and Bruner, Tales from the Borderlands will “play like a Telltale game,” and while players will assume the roles of new characters and not vault hunters, they will still interact with familiar characters and return to familiar places.

No release window or platforms were provided. It’s safe to assume Tales from the Borderlands will grace pretty much everything.

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