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Telltale Games’ catalog being pulled from GOG

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Delisting of remaining Telltale games coming May 27

A scene from The Wolf Among Us.
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Telltale Games’ remaining game catalog will be delisted from digital storefront GOG on Monday, May 27, according to an announcement from the online retailer. The delisting is the result of Telltale Games’ studio closure last year.

The move will see episodic games like The Wolf Among Us, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Batman: The Enemy Within, and Tales from the Borderlands, as well as the Sam & Max and Puzzle Agent series, delisted from the platform. GOG customers who purchased those Telltale games prior to the delisting will retain the games in their library.

Telltale’s most popular game series, The Walking Dead, was removed from GOG and other digital retailers in November 2018. Other Telltale games, including series based on Jurassic Park, Monkey Island, and Back to the Future, were removed around the same time. Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead has since been revived through the Epic Games Store under its new publisher, Skybound Games.

Telltale Games shut down in 2018, in the middle of development of The Walking Dead: The Final Season. Development of the game was later picked up by Skybound Games.