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PS4 and Xbox One Versions of The Wolf Among Us Listed by GameFly

by on April 26, 2014 6:56 PM 23

Telltale’s adventure series The Wolf Among Us could be headed to next generation consoles according to a new listing appeared on GameFly

Both the PS4 and Xbox One versions have been listed, even if no further details have been provided.

As usual we should consider this a rumor until Telltale Games provides an official announcement, but it wouldn’t be the first time GameFly outs unannounced ports of a game.


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  • D-Kon

    Sounds like a plan

  • Somebodyissilent

    Good I was right to wait.

    • CervantesPR

      Wow you dont support gaming…… gamefly gamers dont support gaming….

      • PhantomVash808

        I waited too. I figured the game would be ported to the PS4 and I’m doing the same with Walking Dead Season 2.

        • drzfr3shboialex

          Same here.

      • Somebodyissilent

        What? I was waiting on a vita version but a Ps4 version will do just fine..

        • CervantesPR

          You heard me, gamefly gamers dont support gaming, all they do is rent games. Meaning that their money never goes to game developers and publishers,heck your money will money go to sony either. If you care about gaming. Stop your gamefly subscription.

          • Joshua Rizk

            When did he ever say he was buying it from Gamefly. They’re saying they were happy to wait for Wolf Among Us to come to next-gen. If it’s on Gamefly, it’s bound to come to other retailers as well

          • CervantesPR

            man i tried to delete the comment before anyone read it but yeah i get it my bad.

          • Somebodyissilent

            I don’t have Gamefly…. “Telltale’s adventure series The Wolf Among Us could be headed to next generation consoles according to a new listing appeared on GameFly. ” This is what I meant….

          • CervantesPR

            I tried to delete the comment, i got it my bad.

          • Somebodyissilent

            It’s ok. I feel the same about Gamefly.

          • Joshua Rizk

            lol it’s all good we all agree about Gamefly don’t worry :)

            I’m pretty sure most users on here support the video game industry as much as we can

          • Sucka Free

            I use Gamefly because I don’t like buying games that suck. I try it out if I like it, I buy it. If I don’t I send it back unfinished.

          • CervantesPR

            what are sales,reviews,deals gameplay vids,demos,betas for? your paying a monthly fee that could easily be used to purchase a game and support gaming,theres a lot of ways to tell if a game will not be worth your money,if a game dosent look like its worth much, wait till its cheap and buy it, if not trade that bitch in and get some money back. support gaming.

          • Sucka Free

            Ok, so I’m supposed to take someone elses word, or play a demo (most of the time there is no demo) that is released by the same company who’s trying to sell me the game?
            Can’t see anything going wrong with that…..
            Save the lecture and the misguided sense of superiority, I support the gaming industry just as much as you do, only I don’t get screwed in the process

          • CervantesPR

            sense of superiority? lol i support gaming and if you have gamefly and you dont support gaming, simple as that, and if you do its minimal. its not misguided,and no, you dont support the gaming industry as much as i do, not even close. i buy great games,my money goes to great games i enjoy,i dont buy shit games. and if i do buy a shit game, which dosent happen very often,i sell it,and if theres the rare case where Im really not sure about a game i rent it, i simple as that. last time i rented a game cuz i wasent sure about it was ghost recon future soldier and I avoided spending money on that garbage game, that was a long ass time ago, and i didnt need a monthly rental membership to do it.

          • Sucka Free

            Aww, did I hurt your feeling by pointing out what a chump you are? I could point out that if you are selling used games, you are just as much a part of that problem, but I’m sure you aren’t open to reason.

          • CervantesPR

            do i sound butthurt? LOL you didnt even insult me in your last post i know you dont know what else to write cuz i told you how it is. i dont sell games, those are rare ocasions, and like i said before, i dont rent games cuz i know which games are worth my money lol last time i rented a game was 2 years ago(ghost recon future soldier),the reason why you dont support gaming is because you RENT GAMES as your primary way of playing video games and your not supporting gaming doing so.

          • Sucka Free

            You sound like an a**hole that is trying hard to make himself feel superior. I’ve already told you how it is, that I BUY MY GAMES, same as you do. The fact that I rent them first makes no difference. But that doesn’t fit with your bullsh*t opinion so you keep ignoring it. You’re an idiot, I don’t know what else to tell you.
            I know you’re not butthurt because you are actually proud of your stupidity.

            I’m looking forward to seeing how you slip around my point this time

  • Tengu Buranchi

    While I don’t use Gamefly I don’t see why people are against them. Some people don’t have the money to keep shelling out $59.99($69.99 in Canada) for new games. It’s unlikely for the game to be that price anyways, Gamefly already gave their the money to the developers so they can rent it away to people who can afford the low price subscription.

    If you’re going to buy the game and then trade it in to GameStop why waste money when you can save money. I’d rather give my money to Gamefly then to GameStop by trading this in because it doesn’t have a lot of replay value.

    I’ll wait for a PS4 version to be confirmed to buy this.

  • Michael Fry

    Rental games do support developers quite a bit actually. Every copy Gamefly purchases from the distributor is profit and you also must consider the metrics for supply. If 200 people want to rent one copy of the game they must have 200+ copies to supply those renters. As a matter of fact the closure of walk in rental locations such as Blockbuster Video was a considerable loss for developers as well as publishers. To claim that rentals cuts out profit for developers is just misinformation.

  • zxcvb

    just release it very fast

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