New Tales from the Borderlands game rated in South Korea, reveal might be quickly

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There’s a brand new Tales from the Borderlands game within the works, and once we say “new,” we imply that with a capital letter. According to a current pair of scores in South Korea, it’s actually known as New Tales from the Borderlands. That’s a really Nintendo-like naming conference (see: New Nintendo 3DS), however regardless of the identify, an official reveal is predicted quickly.

As noticed by Gematsu, two variations of the unrevealed game have been rated by the Game Rating and Administration Committee, South Korea’s scores board. New Tales from the Borderlands and New Tales from the Borderlands Deluxe Edition have been each listed, and seeing as one is unquestionably only a extra expensive packaging of the opposite, they acquired the identical score from GRAC. According to the score tags, the brand new game comprises components of sexuality, violence, moments of depth, express language, drug use, crime, and playing — that’s all par for the course for the Borderlands franchise.

As the Gematsu tweet additionally factors out, “a reveal is set for sometime this summer.” We’ve recognized about that for some time now: again in April, a brand new Tales from the Borderlands game was stated to be in growth and releasing this yr. What raises an eyebrow now’s the game being rated — that always comes simply earlier than a correct launch date announcement. We noticed that with cat journey game Stray, the Grand Theft Auto remastered trilogy, and several other different titles.

Another factor that’s attention-grabbing to notice about New Tales from the Borderlands is that it’s below the path of Gearbox itself this time round. The first game was developed by Telltale and launched in 2014, a couple of years in the past now. The incontrovertible fact that current-day Telltale Games will not be the identical studio in any respect may need one thing to do with that developer change. In any case, there’s extra loot-filled Borderlands sooner or later.