The Walking Dead: The Final Season News
"we currently have no plans for a Season 5"
While many video game rumours turn out to be true, a lot of them also end up getting completely out of control. One that's gained traction over the past week is about a potential fifth season of the Skybound and Telltale Games' video game series, The Walking Dead. It was even believed to be called "A Fatal...
Clementine's story comes to an end
Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season has finally reached its end today, with its final episode 'Take Us Back' now available on Nintendo Switch and other platforms. As you may well be aware, Skybound Games picked up development of the Walking Dead series after its original developer, Telltale, closed its...
Releases this March
The Walking Dead: The Final Season has been on an incredibly bumpy ride over the last few months; original developer Telltale Games sadly closed its doors last year, putting the game's future in doubt, before Skybound Games saved the day by promising to complete it. Things are definitely looking up now, though
The first episode from new publisher Skybound Games
The third episode of Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season, and the first to arrive under the game's new publisher, Skybound Games, has launched on Nintendo Switch today. After Telltale Games sadly closed its doors last year, Skybound Games popped up to
Still not bitten
After Skybound Games CEO Ian Howe mentioned how disappointed he would be if episode three of The Walking Dead: The Final Season wasn't released this year, the company behind the former Telltale project has now revealed the next chapter will launch on 15th January. This announcement was made during the 'Kinda Funny Video Game...
Back from the dead
Following Telltale's demise, some of its existing projects continue to live on through Skybound Games. The company recently issued an update on its website, revealing "a ton" of logistical and legal issues have finally been sorted out and development on The Walking Dead: The Final Season has officially started up again. Here's the...
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...
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...
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
A new hope
Telltale Games hasn't entirely closed up. Although it dismissed hundreds of staff last week, there are still 25 people who have stayed on to fulfill contractual obligations linked to a Minecraft: Story Mode project for Netflix. Other series like
"You, the fans, will not get to see Clem's journey through to the end"
A few days ago, Telltale Games revealed it had laid off hundreds of employees, with only 25 staff members remaining. The skeleton crew was reportedly staying on to fulfill contractual obligations, which allegedly includes work on a Minecraft: Story Mode project for Netflix. With...
Multiple projects reportedly axed
Telltale Games shot to video game fame working on multiple well-known IP including The Walking Dead, Minecraft, Batman and even Game of Thrones. Last month, a Telltale representative said the
Monster Hunter! de Blob 2! Into the Breach!
The latest Nintendo Download update for Europe has arrived, and it's bringing new games galore to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop a vote in our poll and a comment down below with your potential picks for the week. Enjoy! Switch Retail - New Releases: Monster Hunter Generations...
Will focus on fewer series at once in future
One company supporting the Switch since its inception which has perhaps been overlooked from time to time is Telltale Games. During an interview with Eurogamer at Gamescom this week, Telltale's executive producer for The Walking Dead - Brodie Anderson - admit their reliable but aging game engine...
Season 1 launches next week!
Telltale Games has announced that all three of its major The Walking Dead seasons released on other platforms will arrive on Switch this year. That includes The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season, The Walking Dead: Season Two and The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. When The
Here are our picks, but what are yours?
Another weekend is well and truly upon us, so what better time to discuss our weekend gaming plans - and then actually go and play them, of course! This time around, we've got RPGs, whacky minigame collections, older classics, retro goodness, and more, but what about you? Read through the Nintendo Life team's...
Keep Talking And Nobody Explodes, The Walking Dead and some fruity racing!
The latest Nintendo Download update for North America has arrived, and it's bringing new games galore to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop a vote in our poll and a comment down below with your potential picks for the week. Enjoy! Nintendo Switch...
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...