UPDATE: Following reports of significant lay-offs at Telltale Games and potential closure of the studio, the developer has now responded in an official statement:
The final season of Telltale's The Walking Dead is working to its conclusion, and the six year adventure of Clementine is coming to an end. She has been a fan favourite from the start, and over the years we've seen her grow from a nervous first-grader to a mature young woman. Her character development is unprecedented in games and now, with the end to her story fast approaching, Clementine has taken her place among the great female protagonists.
Telltale Games feels midway through a transition period. Last year saw it gain a new CEO and shed a huge percentage of its workforce, as it slimmed down its ever-running factory line of episodic games.
In a bit of a first for episodic game developer Telltale, the company has revealed release dates for all four instalments of its latest, and final, season of The Walking Dead games.
Telltale Games has launched its rather nifty new online Story Builder tool for The Walking Dead, enabling you to relive key moments and remake old choices from previous series entries, ready to import into The Walking Dead: The Final Season when it launches on August 14th.
Telltale Games' long-running The Walking Dead adventure series is nearly at an end, with its final season due to begin on August 14th. And if you're in anyway invested in the plight of protagonist Clementine, you might like to know that you can play the first 15 minutes on Xbox One and PS4 right now.
Telltale has shared the opening 15 minutes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season.
After dozens of series and countless episodes, Telltale Games is finally set to replace its aging game engine.
There's more bad news for Telltale, the company behind the Walking Dead and Minecraft: Story Mode series of adventure games, with its ex-boss suing the company.
Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season launches on 14th August for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch edition set for later this year.
Telltale Games is bringing every episode of its The Walking Dead series to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in a single box, with new visual enhancements.
It is, as ever, a busy time for Telltale Games. This year the studio finished Batman's first season and Walking Dead's third, released Guardians of the Galaxy's first season and then Minecraft's and Batman's second. Oh, and it announced Batman season one on Switch. Phew!