Tales from the Borderlands coming to Switch on March 24

The Telltale Games-developed Borderlands narrative adventure game.

Tales from the Borderlands

Publisher 2K Games and developer Telltale Games will release Tales from the Borderlands for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on March 24, the companies announced.

Tales from the Borderlands is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC via Steam.

Here is an overview of the game, via 2K Games:

About

The beloved, choice-driven narrative adventure through the Borderlands universe is back! Set between the events of Borderlands 2 and Borderlands 3, Tales from the Borderlands follows two unreliable narrators on a quest borne of greed but destined for greatness. Your choices shape this tale to be uniquely yours, with plenty of unforeseen consequences ranging from hilarious to heart-wrenching.

Explore the deadly planet of Pandora as Rhys, a company man who aspires to replace the infamous Handsome Jack as the head of the Hyperion corporation, and Fiona, a clever con artist who can talk her way out of almost anything. When a shady deal goes awry, Rhys and Fiona must begrudgingly team up to get their due, running into vicious gangsters, cannibalistic bandits, and terrifying wildlife along the way. How will you choose to guide their actions on this wild ride to Pandoran glory?

Key Features

  • Includes all five episodes of Tales from the Borderlands.
  • Experience an adventure from the perspectives of two very different protagonists: Hyperion lackey Rhys and quick-witted con artist Fiona.
  • Every choice you make drives the story forward, letting you tailor your journey and shape your relationships as you see fit.
  • See Pandora and Helios through the eyes of its everyday denizens, with humor and drama around every corner.
  • Cross paths with familiar faces from the Borderlands series, and get to know new friends like Rhys’ best bro Vaughn and Fiona’s savvy sister Sasha.
  • Witness the final fates of heroes and villains alike in this crucial chapter of Borderlands canon.

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