Back to the Future: The Game confirmed for PSN

Telltale Games has announced platforms and dates for their upcoming Back to the Future episodic game. This December, the first episode should be available on PC and Mac for $24.95, bundled with a free copy of Puzzle Agent.

The PC and Mac launch will be “followed shortly” by the arrival of the game on PlayStation 3 and iPad, the company’s also confirmed. Telltale has said that they’ll announce the release dates for these platforms “at a later date.”

Back to the Future: The Game takes place several months after the third movie in the trilogy; in it, Marty McFly and Doc Brown are at it again in a “completely new cinematic time-travel adventure.” It’ll play out in five episodes, with a new installment releasing each month.

“We’re very excited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Back to the Future franchise with a completely new adventure,” said Dan Connors CEO Telltale Games. “It’s been an amazing experience to be part of reuniting Marty McFly and Doc Brown on their continuing quest. Back to the Future fans will have a great time helping to control the integrity of the space-time continuum.”

Stay tuned as we await the PlayStation Network release date.

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