According to a listing on Amazon Canada, Back to the Future: The Game may be re-released on 13th October to coincide with the franchise’s 30th anniversary.
The episodic sci-fi adventure was originally released in 2010, taking place six months after the events of Back to the Future: Part III. The game consisted of five episodes, with co-creator, co-writer and co-producer of the film trilogy, Bob Gale, assisting in the game’s story. The game played from a third-person perspective as the franchise’s main character – Marty McFly.
In the game, Marty is voiced by A.J. Locascio, with Michael J. Fox later lending his voice to two cameo roles; one of future Marty and his forefather William. Christopher Lloyd reprised his role as Doc Brown for the game.
The game’s publisher, TellTale, has yet to confirm whether or not this listing is true. The listing also suggests that the game will be priced at $30 Canadian dollars (£15) and will be released on Playstation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Have a look at the trailer for the 2010 game below.