Voice actor Melissa Hutchinson, who plays Telltale's The Walking Dead's Clementine, has posted a tribute to her TellTale colleagues after the studio confirmed it was closing down.
After stating Friday had been "one of the toughest days ever", she wrote she was "so very deeply moved by the messages of love that [she], and the folks from @telltalegames have been receiving", and confirmed that she too remains unclear on the fate of The Walking Dead: The Final Season.
Here's the full message:
Hello friends. I am so very deeply moved by the messages of love that I, and the folks from @telltalegames have been receiving. Yesterday was one of the toughest days ever. A lot of hearts were broken, including mine. Please read the attached. #TelltaleJobs #Clementine #TWD pic.twitter.com/Fb68z86j8e— Melissa Hutchison (@Melyhutch) September 22, 2018
Hutchinson also gave her voice to other Telltale games, including Back to the Future, The Wolf Among Us, and Minecraft: Story Mode.
Telltale was founded in 2004 and become synonymous with episodic narrative games based on major properties including The Walking Dead, Minecraft, Batman, and Game of Thrones. The studio says it will "issue further comments regarding its product portfolio in the coming weeks".
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