Telltale Games have today revealed that they will be re-releasing Back to the Future: The Game in a special 30th Anniversary Edition and that it will finally be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Featuring brand new content such as behind the scenes interviews and updates voice work, it will be available digitally from October 13 and will also see a retail release later in the month.
Back to the Future: The Game saw its first episode release in December, 2010. It included the likeness of Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox in their roles of Doc Brown and Marty McFly respectively, while Lloyd also provided the voice for his character. It also included input from bob Gale, who co-created and co-wrote the original Back to the Future film trilogy. It received a largely positive reception from critics who felt that it was distinct from the movies but kept the same characteristics that made them so loved by fans.
Telltale Games are currently incredibly busy as they are working on a number of different projects. The development studio has confirmed that it is creating a brand new series based on Minecraft that will consist of five individual episodes. Meanwhile, the team are currently midway through Tales from the Borderlands and Game of Thrones as well as a third season of The Walking Dead. Telltale are also believed to be working on other titles that could include a further The Wolf Among Us season.