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Could Telltale be teasing a Mr. Robot game?

Telltale Games appear to be teasing a videogame adaptation of popular TV series Mr. Robot.

Known for episodic games such as The Walking Dead, Minecraft: Story Mode and The Wolf Among Us, Telltale is no stranger to taking on popular IP.

Now it seems the developer is teasing a Mr. Robot related project with a new video posted to Facebook and Twitter, which has since been retweeted by its account.

https://twitter.com/statuses/763069801799352320

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If you aren’t familiar with Mr. Robot, Evil Corp (ECORP) is the evil conglomerate Rami Malek and friends are trying to bring down as the show progresses.

Telltale is yet to officially confirm anything regarding the show, but all this retweeting has us thinking an announcement is imminent.

Mr. Robot is a fun, if slightly silly, hacking thriller that’s well worth checking out if you have an Amazon Instant Video subscription.

Considering the show is only on its second season, Telltale have plenty of opportunity to add more life and substance to the universe with a potential episodic adventure.

Are you a fan of Mr. Robot or Telltale? Let us know in the comments.

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