You Can Now Pre-Order the Final Season Collector's Pack for Telltale's The Walking Dead
You look like you could use your very own AJ to keep safe.
By Chris Morse
Skybound has just announced that a special Collector's Pack for Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season is on the way and it is now available for pre-order. Fresh off the announcement that the game would be getting a physical release alongside the debut of the final episode on March 26th, this new collector's pack is for those fans of the series who might be having a hard time saying goodbye.
From now until March 17th, while supplies last, you will be able to pre-order this pack, which includes a physical copy of the entire final season as well as two exclusive items you will not be able to get anywhere else. The highlight of the pack is a 4" stylized, full color vinyl figure of AJ, but you will also receive an AJ enamel pin to wear with pride. Have a look at both items below.
This limited edition Collector's Pack retails for $59.99 and is only available until March 17th or while supplies last. After that, each of these exclusive items will be gone for good. The product will not ship until early July, but you need to order soon if you wish to get your hands on one of these. Head on over to Skybound to reserve yours now.
After a brief hiatus, The Walking Dead: The Final Season is now once again available for purchase as usual on the PlayStation and Xbox stores, with the PC version now listed exclusively on the Epic Games Store. Episode 3, "Broken Toys," is out now with the final episode, titled "Take Us Back," launching on March 26th, 2019 alongside the physical boxed edition of the game. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for all the latest as this series wraps up.
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