TellTale Announces Final and Fourth Season of The Walking Dead Series

Telltale’s The Walking Dead series has been famous ever since it’s the first debut in 2012 that introduced players to Clementine, the little girl everyone felt the urge to protect. The first season of the Walking Dead certainly put Telltale on the map and ever since has gained the game company recognition for their other titles.

Telltale has gained attention for continuing the series, the last two often being compared to their first phenomenal season. They took Comic-Con as a chance to announce the final season of their Walking Dead series and have confirmed Clementine will be making an appearance in season four. Clementine will be the store once again in this final season and the voice actor Melissa Hutchison will reprise the role of the young woman.

Telltale has confirmed the final seas of their The Walking Dead series will be released on Android, PC, and Mac, and consoles so everyone can find out what happens next. When the series first debuted in 2012 it was a critical hit among fans and even received a nominated for IGN’s 2012 Game of the Year. Ever since the original season has come and gone, the second rode on the popularity of the previous one and came out in 2014. The third season of The Walking Dead series from Telltale, called A New Frontier, recently concluded earlier in the 2017 year.

Telltale has continued to ride out the success of their first season with a few additions to flesh out the series. They released a standalone episode called The 400 Days that was released in 2013 and even had a spinoff miniseries that had Michonne as the main character last year.

The final installment of these popular series will certainly have fans on the edge of their seats and waiting eagerly to see how Clementine’s story comes to close.

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