The supposed season 2 will continue directly the threads and questions of the first.
By Mario Gmez / August 30, 2019, 5:40 p.m.20 comments
One of the most outstanding news of the week is undoubtedly the resurrection of Telltale Games, authors of the adventures of The Walking Dead among many others. Since they now have new owners, it is too early to determine what games and sagas will be lost and which will continue, but if among the latter is Tales from the Borderlands, Borderlands 3 screenwriter Sam Winkler offers to write a second part.
"I would love to continue things where I left them season 1 of Tales from the Borderlands" Winkler explains in ainterviewwith Comic Book. "There are many unresolved issuesoh, and even if we brought several characters to Borderlands 3, there are still many questions. "
Without going any further,Borderlands 3 borrow some of the loose endsfrom Tales from the Borderlands, like the outcome of Scooter. "There are several references to that, by the way. I am an acrimous fan of Tales, so I left several guides and references that probably lead to wikis articles written by fans."
Tales from the Borderlands was published in 2014 on platforms of the current generation and the previous one. At that time, Alberto Pastor closed the analysis of Tales from the Borderlands saying that "his narrative is surprisingly good, his characters have charisma and his staging is such that six or not fans of this universe be difficult not to be enchanted by l ". On the other hand, Borderlands 3 arrive on September 13 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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