The Walking Dead [Season 1] Summary
Skybound Games will finish the remainder of The Walking Dead: The Final Season alongside former Telltale Games employess who worked on the project.
Telltale have mentioned plans to complete The Walking Dead's final season, but there's been no word on whether there is any intent to pay off their employees' severance packages.
The next season ofThe Walking Dead won't be starting this year, confirms Job J Stauffer. He does say that what he's "seeing this week will be, and it is insanely cool."
There'll be "news soon" on whatever Stauffer is referring. In another tease he says he didn't say there wouldn't be any The Walking Dead from Telltale this year. Some more 400 Days style DLC?
At the SXSW convention earlier this month, Telltale Games suggested that we'd see more of The Walking Dead before a third season kicks off presumably later on this year.
The extra content looks like it could be another bridging episode much like the 400 Days episode that was released back in July 2013.
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and his companyhave teamed up with Sweden-based developer Gaming Corps to work on "well-known brands," that it will announce in March.
Thescheduled March 13-15 is where and when they'll announce their first game in development, with it expected to launch this year. Fingers crossed it's something for PC.