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Telltale Games announces three new series at San Diego Comic Con

Jul 19, 2017 7:05pm AST
Photo: GameSpot

Telltale Games has announced three new seasons of games coming between now and the end of 2018. Batman, The Walking Dead, and The Wolf Among Us will all be getting sequels the developer announced today during their panel at San Diego Comic Con.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season is coming at some point in 2018. No details have been released about the potential plot, but it was confirmed that it will star Clementine, and Melissa Hutchinson will return to voice the fan-favorite character. As noted in the title, this will be the fourth and final installment of Telltale’s The Walking Dead series. Check the trailer here.

Telltale also announced that Batman: The Telltale Series will be getting a sequel titled Batman: The Enemy Within. The trailer teases both the Joker and the Riddler as enemies the player will have to face-off against. Telltale has stated that the new season is meant to be accessible for both those who played season 1 and newcomers. You will be able to carry over choices made in the previous season. The first of five episodes, titled Enigma, will launch on August 8th of this year.

Last and most surprising, Telltale confirmed that The Wolf Among Us will return for a second season. Similar to season 1, this new season will be based on the Fables comic book series. Not much has been said about the content other than it’s “a fresh story arc for its returning cast of characters.” Of those returning are Adam Harrington & Erin Yvette responsible for the roles Bigby Wolf & Snow. The current release window for the game is the second half of 2018. Trailer available here.

All of these newly announced series will be available on consoles, PC & Mac, and iOS & Android devices. A press release from Telltale states that, “Additional platforms are yet to be announced.” leaving the door open for potential Nintendo Switch versions.

The next year looks to be exciting for Telltale Games and there is still the possibility for more announcements in the future. Maybe fan will finally get the updated engine they have been hoping for.

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