PS4/Xbox One Getting Back to the Future from Telltale - Report

"30th Anniversary Edition" of Game of Thrones developer's episodic series may be coming to new consoles.

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It appears that The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones developer Telltale Games is bringing its 2011 episodic series based on Back to the Future to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Retail listings on Amazon spotted by NeoGAF reveal that a "30th Anniversary Edition" of Back to the Future: The Game will launch in October for PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. The original Back to the Future movie, directed by Robert Zemeckis, was released in theaters in July 1985.

The 30th Anniversary Edition's product page also reveals that the bundle will come with exclusive content like video interviews with Back to the Future producer Bob Gale and Biff actor Tom Wilson. It's not explicitly stated, but it's likely this bundle will contain Telltale's five episodes in the series.

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Telltale has not officially announced this new bundle, which is listed for release on October 13 for $20. We've followed up with Telltale to ask for more details, and will update this post with anything we hear back.

Back to the Future: The Game is currently available for PC, mobile devices, and PlayStation 3.

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