Game Of Thrones Game For PC Release Date To Be Announced After E3! Story To Revolve Around Book 1! Will Gamers See The Lannisters And The Starks?


Telltale Games’ Director of PR Job J Stauffer have revealed through his twitter account that Game of Thrones won’t be featured at E3 but expect news to come after E3. On the other hand, Telltale Games’ main E3 reveal will be Tales of Borderlands. No info have been released regarding this game at all and E3 will feature the first announcement of this game alongside some preview videos.

The Game of Thrones game won’t be a prequel nor an independent story. It will run along with HBO’s series schedule. The story of A Game of Thrones takes place during the first book of the saga, at the time when Jon Arryn, the Hand of King Robert Baratheon, is found dead at King’s Landing. The game allows players to follow two epic quests: Mors and Alester’s quests. Their totally original story was canonized by George R.R. Martin himself and perfectly integrates the original story the fans are so familiar with in the series. All throughout the game, the numerous references to books, characters and famous locations form an impressive Westeros encyclopedia, which players can consult at any time during their adventures. Mimicking the books, the two heroes’ stories are told alternatively, chapter by chapter, each character sharing the role of main character… up until their paths cross during a common quest. Welcome to a totally innovative narrative style for an RPG. The story of A Game of Thrones takes place during the first book of the saga, at the time when Jon Arryn, the Hand of King Robert Baratheon, is found dead at King’s Landing. The game allows players to follow two epic quests: Mors and Alester’s quests. Their totally original story was canonized by George R.R. Martin himself and perfectly integrates the original story the fans are so familiar with in the series. All throughout the game, the numerous references to books, characters and famous locations form an impressive Westeros encyclopedia, which players can consult at any time during their adventures. Mimicking the books, the two heroes’ stories are told alternatively, chapter by chapter, each character sharing the role of main character… up until their paths cross during a common quest. Welcome to a totally innovative narrative style for an RPG. Both these games are scheduled to release later this year but still with no specific timeline or even what platforms they will be available on other than PC. Tell us what you think of these two games in the comment section below. Were you expecting to see more of GoT at E3? Are you excited to hear about a Borderlands’ related game designed by Telltale?

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