Looks like Telltale games is finally removing the remainder of their titles from GOG on May 27, 2019.

In a recent post by one of the GOG staff members, all of Telltales titles are being delisted from the GOG catalog. This will happen on May 27, 2019, at 10 AM UTC.

Sadly, we need to inform you that, due to company’s closure, all the remaining Telltale titles will be delisted from our catalog on Monday, May 27, 10am UTC.

The titles are as follows: the Wolf Among Us, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Hector: Badge of Carnage, the Batman series, Sam & Max series, Puzzle Agent series, Tales from the Borderlands, and Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People.

For everyone who purchased any of said titles prior to delisting, the games will remain in their GOG library.

Two other series not mentioned, Tales of Monkey Island and Back to the Future: The Game, was already delisted earlier this year. While  The Walking Dead was removed back in November 2018.

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Batman: The Telltale Series

This means that you have until May 27, 2019, to purchase any of Telltale games on GOG. After that, the games will be delisted and you’ll never be able to purchase them again. If you already own them then you’ll be able to download and install/re-install.

There’s currently no word if this is also happening on Steam. However, seeing how GOG is being forced to delist the games, it’s safe to assume that Steam will follow suit soon. There’s also a good possibility these games may end up on the Epic Games Store as well.

All of these games, after May 27, 2019, will be delisted on GOG for good.

  • Tales of Monkey Island
  • Back to the Future: The Game
  • the Wolf Among Us
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Hector: Badge of Carnage
  • the Batman series
  • Sam & Max series
  • Puzzle Agent series
  • Tales from the Borderlands
  • Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People.

Now, I don’t have to mention how much this stinks. This is sadly, the ugly side of digital gaming. Titles can be removed at any given time, as we’ve seen time and time again in the past. For now, all you can do is pick up the titles you want before they’re gone.

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