Microsoft has announced the Xbox Live Games with Gold titles for November.
Xbox One Xbox Live Gold members can download Ubisoft's racing game Trackmania Turbo for free during November.
Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands Complete Season (Episodes 1-5) is a free download for Gold members from 16th November to 15th December.
Comedic sci-fi adventure Tales From the Borderlands is arguably the finest thing Telltale has ever produced but that didn't help it in the sales department. In fact, it fell so short of expectations that its development was wrapped up by a skeleton crew who stayed extra hours as a voluntary choice.
Several of Telltale's developer discussed the troubled series' development in an enlightening oral history with the Campo Santo Quarterly Review.
While no exact figures are mentioned, one of the game's directors, Nick Herman, said that mid-development the series simply wasn't doing the business the way the studio had hoped.
UPDATE 4.30pm: We asked Telltale Games what might happen to the cliffhangers for both The Wolf Among Us and Tales from the Borderlands, and the developer has now replied.
PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to claim two genuinely good games to download in May: Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands and Abzu.
The latest Humble Bundle is Telltale themed and it's a good one, offering 12 games for only $12 (about £8.40).
Tales from the Borderlands is getting a disc release for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on 22nd April in Europe.
Borderlands developer Gearbox Software has opened a new studio in Quebec City.
Clearly the hip thing to do these days as Bethesda likewise opened a new studio in the Montreal-based city, this Canadian branch of Gearbox is currently hiring for "its inaugural title growing to full AAA production capability through 2016."
The Borderlands developer also recently built and expanded HQ in its homeland of Frisco, Texas.
Telltale's final Tales from the Borderlands episode will launch on 20th October for PC/Mac, PlayStation 4 and PS3.
[Note: This article contains major spoilers for Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 4: Escape Plan Bravo. Only read if you're caught up on the series or simply don't mind knowing what happens. You've been warned.]
At Gearbox's PAX Prime panel attended by Eurogamer, studio head Randy Pitchford honoured a very unusual fan request: a couple of Borderlands players wanted to get married at the conclusion of the developer's presentation.
It's official: there's a Borderlands movie in the works.
Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 4, Escape Plan Bravo, is due next week, Telltale has announced.
UPDATE 23/06/2015 5.45pm: Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 3: Catch a Ride is out today on PC, Mac and North American PS4s and PS3s. And with that comes a new launch trailer [below].
UPDATE 17/03/2015 5pm: Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 2's PS4 and PS3 versions will indeed be out tomorrow in Europe, Telltale has confirmed.
Sony has cut its prices for Game of Thrones and Tales from the Borderlands on PlayStation 4 after last week's outcry.
UPDATE 08/12/2014: Sony has cut the price of both Game of Thrones and Tales from the Borderlands on PS4 following last week's outcry, and will refund the difference.
The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us developer Telltale Games has announced a snap release for its new series, Tales from the Borderlands.
Telltale has released its first trailer showing in-game footage of Tales From the Borderlands.
Previously, it had only been shown off publicly in a pre-rendered announcement trailer.
Telltale also revealed the game's main cast. Playable characters Rhys and Fiona will be played by Troy Baker and Laura Bailey respectively, while the supporting cast will be rounded out by Chris Hardwick as Vaughn, Erin Yvette as Sasha, Patrick Warburton as Vasquez, and Dameon Clarke as Handsome Jack.
The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us developer Telltale Games has revealed the first details about its upcoming Borderlands spin-off, Tales from the Borderlands.
As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, this episodic adventure series is set after Borderlands 2 and will have players switching off between two roles: the Hyperion company man Rhys, and con artist Fiona. It will play like other recent Telltale adventures with an emphasis on making choices over puzzles or action.
So why turn Borderlands - a game seemingly about shooting stuff - into a narrative-based adventure game? "If you pause to take a breath between shooting everything in sight and stealing your buddies' loot in multiplayer, you'll know that Borderlands features some amazing characters and stories in a world that's rich in dark humour," explained Telltale producer Adam Sarasohn. "We (Telltale) are all about compelling characters and stories, and we see an amazing opportunity to build on what Gearbox has created."
UPDATE 2.15PM: Telltale Games has now made the entirety of its SXSW panel on Tales from the Borderlands available to watch via YouTube. Catch it in full below.