Earlier this week, Skybound Games announced it would be hosting a Reddit AMA focused on The Walking Dead: The Final Season. Now that it’s wrapped up, here’s what we found out. According to the company’s CEO Ian Howe, production of episode three and four is at a standstill. New release dates for the episodes will be announced...
Following the news of mass layoffs at Telltale last month, Skybound Games announced it had acquired the rights to publish and develop the remaining episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season. The Walking Dead: Season Two and
Last weekend, the creator of The Walking Dead and also the founder of Skybound Entertainment Robert Kirkman confirmed Skybound Games would be taking over the publishing and development of The Final Season. When this announcement was made, Kirkman also stated how the aim was to keep the original development team intact, as Skybound...
Since mass layoffs at Telltale Games, the company has been trying to work out a way to finish The Walking Dead. Not long ago, it was revealed Telltale had potentially been thrown a lifeline when multiple partners stepped forward and expressed interest in helping see
Episode 3 basically complete, episode 4 was underway
Last week, Telltale posted an update on Twitter about The Walking Dead - revealing potential partners had stepped forward and expressed interest in helping see The Final Season through to completion. Now, according to two anonymous sources in contact with Kotaku, the deal would essentially result...
Nothing can stop the Dark Knight
The recent turmoil at Telltale Games completely halted the development of its upcoming games and episodes. Future projects like Stranger Things and a follow-up to The Wolf Among Us have been completely axed, and the final season of The Walking Dead has been cut short - with Telltale still hoping to work ou
Telltale working on a solution
Following Telltale's announcement of mass layoffs, The Walking Dead: The Final Season was pulled from multiple digital stores. Despite only being part-way through the season, Telltale asked the online stores to prevent customers from purchasing the full season pass. This applied to every platform except the Nintendo...
Following mass layoffs at Telltale
If you've been keeping up with your gaming news over the last few days, you'll likely be aware of Telltale Games' closure and the mass layoffs which followed. It appears that the studio's current project - The Walking Dead: The Final Season - has now been pulled from some digital stores but, curiously, you can...
No surprises here
Telltale Games has now been hit with a class-action lawsuit. A disgruntled former employee is suing the San Francisco-based company on behalf of himself and his fellow laid-off workers. In the filed complaint, Vernie Roberts said Telltale let go of the employees without cause and without providing them advanced notice in writing...
Business as usual
When Telltale Games released the original Walking Dead series in 2012, it was a breakout success. The company went on to acquire the rights to franchises such as Batman, Minecraft and even Game of Thrones. Taking on so many big-name p
Clem is in danger
Last month, Telltale Games confirmed ‘The Final Season’ of The Walking Dead video game series would be arriving on the Switch in late 2018. Now, a new trailer has been released, briefly highlighting the school Clementine stumbles upon. Here she will start a new life as the leader of a young group of survivors while...
Clementine's all grown up
Telltale Games has confirmed that 'The Final Season' of the studio's episodic take on zombie-survival TV and comic phenomenon The Walking Dead will be arriving on Switch in "late 2018", sometime after its August release elsewhere. Protagonist Clementine, now a fierce and capable survivor after years of determination...
We're all Batman
Here's one to file under 'random announcement of the day'. You see, Batman - The Telltale Series has been listed on retail sites for quite some time with a 17th November release date, but Telltale didn't seem to say anything. You could look through the studio's social media accounts, official website and so on, and there wasn't a...
I am Groot
Telltale Games' Minecraft: Story Mode - The Complete Adventure was released on Switch recently, and it seems it is just the beginning of Telltale's plans for Nintendo's portable powerhouse. In a recent video interview with Rocket Beans TV, Telltale's Head of Creative Communications Job Stauffer teased the following: I think...
Holy renewed speculation, Batman!
Nintendo gamers continually missed out on the best of what Telltale Games has been offering over the past few years, with very limited and late support for the Wii U. The studio seems to like the Switch platform, however, and has been tentatively stepping in with support - Minecraft: Story Mode - The Complete...
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