UPDATE 27th of May 11AM ET: All Telltale games have been officially delisted and removed from GOG.com.
As we previously mentioned, it’s highly likely that other digital storefronts may follow suit. We highly suggest you purchase titles sooner rather than later.
The removal of Telltale’s catalog from GOG will not affect any previously purchased games.
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Today, a statement from GOG announced that the website would be removing all the Telltale titles from their site in wake of the game studio’s liquidation.
The games set to be removed are as follows:
- The Wolf Among Us
- Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
- Hector: Badge of Carnage
- Batman: A Telltale Game Series
- the Sam & Max series
- the Puzzle Agent series
- Tales from the Borderlands
- Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People
All titles will be removed on Monday, May 27th, 10AM UTC.
Anyone who has previously purchased or who plans on purchasing any of the titles before the delisting date will have the games remain in their GOG library.
Telltale sadly began to close down last year, with many of its games disappearing from online stores soon after.
It’s highly likely that more Telltale titles will be pulled from other digital storefronts in the future so, if you’re into Telltale’s catalog, you should purchase them sooner rather than later.
Telltale fans also noticed that Tales from the Borderlands had been removed from sale on Steam, which is surprising given that Borderlands 3 is coming out this year.
Eurogamer reached out to 2K Games for comment, and 2K confirmed that it’s working to get Tales back on Steam ‘as soon as possible’. 2K’s spokesperson also confirmed that all previous digital purchases of the games will be honoured and supported.
Source: GOG.com forums.