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Telltale Announces Release Date for All Episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season



Telltale Announces Release Date for All Episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season


It was released yesterday The Walking Dead: The Final Season with the release of its first episode, Enough to escape. With this season, Telltale Games begins Clementine and AJ’s final journey.

As is normal with Telltale games, each episode will be released a few weeks apart. And at the end of an episode, the first thought of all players is to know when they will be able to play more. AND Telltale has surprised us all.

To put the marks on the calendar

Through its Twitter account, the study has shared an image where the release dates of the four episodes that will make up The Final Season.

🏃‍♀️ “Donate Running” – August 14
🚸 “Suffer the Children” – September 25
🔥 “Broken Toys” – November 6
😭 “Take Us Back” – December 18 pic.twitter.com/YyX7VZOjTr

– Telltale Games (@telltalegames) August 15, 2018

As we have said, the first episode premiered yesterday, August 14. Now we have to wait until September 25 to play the second, “Suffer the Children.” After the third episode “Broken Toys” will arrive on November 6 and finally “Take Us Back” will be available on December 18just in time for the end of the year.

Of course, Telltale notes in the fine print that dates are subject to change, but even if that’s possible it at least gives us a pretty good idea of ​​when we’ll find out more about Clem and AJ’s adventure.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season has already been released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in all regions, while the Switch version will also arrive digitally on August 14 but only in North America, and later this month in Europe. and other regions. It is fully dubbed into French, German, Latin Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese. It is also subtitled in French, German, Latin Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, Russian, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese.

Right now you can read our analysis of the first episode Enough to escape.