Telltale Games Releases Launch Trailer For The Walking Dead: 400 Days
Fans have been waiting impatiently for the next installment of Telltale Games‘ Walking Dead video game series for the past several months. The episodic game that changed depending on player’s choices during the story was a huge smash-hit, garnering over 90 Game of the Year awards, will return with a new DLC set between season 1 and the forthcoming second season. The studio released the official launch trailer earlier today.
The game will take place over the course of 400 days and tell a new story of zombie survival from 5 different characters’ point of view. The story doesn’t pick up from the end of season 1, and Telltale have Toldtold (couldn’t resist) gamers that this isn’t Clem or Lee‘s story. While it’s not their story, it will set important things up for the new season coming later this year. That means we’ll have to wait until season 2 to learn what happened to Clem, although one girl in the launch trailer looks an awful lot like an older Clem.
The DLC is already out on Playstation with the PC/Mac version releasing today. Friday will see it hit the Xbox Live marketplace with July 10th as the scheduled release for PlayStation users in Europe. iOS App Store players will have to wait until the 11th. You can find out more about the new episode on the official site by clicking here. What do you think of the launch trailer? Will you be picking the episode up?
Centered on a truck stop on a Georgia highway, The Walking Dead – 400 Days is a DLC episode for Season One of Telltale’s award-winning game series. 400 Days tells five linked stories; each taking place at different points in time and from the point of view of a different survivor, from day one of the undead apocalypse to day 400.
The five stories can be played in any order and will change based on the choices that you make. Echoes of the choices you made in Season 1 will carry over into 400 Days and the choices you make in 400 Days will resonate into Season 2.
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