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Tales From The Borderlands Known Issues

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Attention, Vault Hunters!

If you were able to loot a physical copy of Tales From The Borderlands, we would like to take a moment to congratulate you on your excellent taste in video games (as well as your skill at discovering quality titles at wonderful retailers). 

However, if you've encountered an issue with your copy of Tales From The Borderlands, please check out the below list of known issues below (broken down by platform), as well as any suggested workarounds we have. 

We will update this article when we have more information to post. 

PS3

  • Audio de-sync issue
    • If you go from the main menu into gameplay, you may see (for the first couple of minutes) performance hitches and audio de-syncs in gameplay.  
      • If you're encountering this, please sit in the main menu for a minute or two; this should allow the system to cache the data from the disc before going into gameplay.

X360

  • Long load Times
    • The Xbox 360 version of the game sometimes exhibits very long load times at various intervals, such as loading into gameplay, loading the next chapter, and rewinding chapters. This can be from 30 seconds to 5 minutes, which might make you think the game's crashed.
      • Additionally, make sure you have at least 10% space left on the console's hard drive.
  • Audio de-sync issue
    • Similar to what we previously mentioned: Audio may de-syncs and/or cut out at the start of episodes or when first launching the game, but it'll eventually recover.
      • If you're experiencing this, please sit in the main menu for a minute or two to allow the system to cache the data from the disc before going into gameplay.

PC

  • Selecting language
    • Language select for Tales From The Borderlands is defined by what the PC system language is set to. You can ensure this is correctly set by doing the following:
      1. Open Control Panel.
      2. Select "Region Language" (Window 7).
      3. Choose "Location" (adjust to needed language).
      4. Click "Keyboards and Languages" (ensure this has the language pack installed).
    • For Brazilian Portuguese, you'll need to go one step further…
      1. Bring up the Start Menu.
      2. Open "Regional and Language Options."
      3. Select "Control Panel."
      4. Click "Clock."
      5. Next, click "Language."
      6. Now, click "Region."
      7. Still with me? Good! Now click "Regional and Language."
      8. From here, click the "Administrative" tab. 
      9. Under "Language for non-Unicode programs (System Locale)," click "Change system locale."
      10. Restart your machine.

 

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