The Walking Dead Season 2 Premieres This Month, Gets Trailer
Ben Sheene / Dec 12th, 2013 No Comments
The second season of Telltale Games‘ critically acclaimed The Walking Dead series will be debuting this month with the the first episode titled “All That Remains.” A new trailer for Season Two premiered today in anticipation of the release.
The Walking Dead: Season Two will continue the story of Clementine, the young girl from the season one who was orphaned at the beginning of the undead apocalypse. In the first season, players took on the role of Lee Everett, a surrogate guardian/parent who tried to shield Clementine from the horrors of the new, terrifying world. Players will now take on the role of Clementine, just an ordinary child who must now survive against both the living and the dead. The new trailer showed glimpses at the many survivors Clementine will meet and her encounters with the undead and living trying to attack her while also flashing back to moments from the first season.
[adsense250itp]”All That Remains” is the first of five episodes of Season Two that will be released for digital download over the course of the season. Available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC/Mac, and iOS, the season will conclude in 2014. Players who pre-order the season pass on the PC/Mac versions will save ten percent off the purchase price and net all episodes as they release for $22.49. Those who pre-order the download from Telltale Games‘ website will also receive a collectors DVD at the end of the season just for the cost of shipping.
Though an exact release date has yet to be confirmed by Telltale, an announcement should be coming shortly. Fans of Telltale will likely have their hands full not only with The Walking Dead but the continuation of The Wolf Among Us‘ first season. The developer also recently announced Tales from the Borderlands, a series done in partnership with Gearbox, and revealed plans for a series of games based on Game of Thrones. Those two series are planned to premiere in 2014.
For all the latest on The Walking Dead: Season Two and Telltale Games, be sure to check out Gaming Illustrated.
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