Telltale Releases First Look at The Walking Dead: The Final Season's Second Episode
Here is the first preview for the game's second episode.
By Chris Morse
Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: The Final Season is underway and the second episode arrives later this month. To help get fans hyped for the next section of Clementine's final journey, the studio has released a first look at the upcoming episode, previewing a scene between our protagonist and AJ, the young boy in her care who is growing up almost as fast as Clementine herself did.
There's a lot to digest in these parent-like moments that still very much exist even in this zombie apocalypse. The dynamic between Clementine and AJ is surely taking center stage for the final season and there is just something so human about the way they are writing these two characters.
Including the upcoming episode 2, there are three more episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season before this story comes to a close. Episode 2 is called “Suffer the Children” and arrives on September 25th while the third is titled “Broken Toys” and will be available on November 6th. The final episode, and the conclusion of Clementine’s journey, is named “Take Us Back” and will arrive on December 18th.
Stay tuned for more coverage on Telltale's The Walking Dead in the coming months.
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