Telltale’s The Walking Dead double episode drop

Posted December 16, 2016

Telltale Games have released the full launch trailer for The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier, the latest chapter in the wildly successful franchise. The game debut will feature not one, but two episodes in a special double feature (which I was surprised to hear about but am certainly not complaining), The Ties That Bind Part 1 & 2.

The full launch trailer takes a closer look into the harrowing world Javier and his family are fighting to survive in and their fateful encounter of Clementine, our young survivor from the last two seasons. It appears that as the world has deteriorated so have peoples sense of morality and the dark and dangerous lengths that other will  go to to survive. We are also introduced to a few familiar faces, for those who are familiar with Walking Dead universe, including Jesus, while also catching small snippets on what the “New Frontier” actually is….

For those who are new to the series, a play through of the past games, is recommended due to the fact the prior games are works of gaming art – but is not essential. New players will be able to pick up a controller and forge on ahead, and seasoned players familiar with the pathos of The Walking Dead story will be granted the opportunity to either port old saved games from their past preferred gaming platform, or possibly even tailor the backstory to their liking in other ways to affect the future events of the game.

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier will premiere digitally on PC from the Telltale Online Store, Steam, and other digital distribution services, on the Xbox Games Store for Xbox One, and on the PlayStationNetwork for PlayStation 4. The episode will be available the same day for compatible iOS Devices via the App Store, and for compatible Android-based devices via Google Play. The game launches worldwide just in time for the holidays on December 20th.



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Kieren Munn

A typical gaymer, I enjoy most RPG's, Platformers, and Fighting games. I started gaming early with Sonic the Hedgehog, Mortal Kombat and Alex the Kidd on my Sega Mega Drive. This started a "healthy" obsession that has spanned 5 generations of consoles, and I won't be stopping anytime soon.