Trailer Revealed for Finale of Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season
The fourth and final episode, titled “Take Us Back,” will debut on March 26th.
By Chris Morse
Following a dramatic cliffhanger, in true Telltale’s The Walking Dead fashion, the very last episode of the series is nearly upon us and we have one final trailer to hold you over until its arrival. After the sudden closure of Telltale Games, Robert Kirkman’s very own Skybound Games opted to continue the project and give the episodic game the ending it deserves. This final episode, titled “Take Us Back,” is the culmination of that effort as it brings the story of Clementine and her charge, AJ, to a close.
This is certainly a bittersweet occasion for fans of the series, who have been following the character of Clementine since she was under the watchful gaze of Season 1 protagonist, Lee. Now, the roles have reversed and she finds herself fighting for survival against the living and dead alike as she seeks to keep AJ alive in a world more dangerous than ever. The journey is almost over, but fans can surely appreciate that Skybound gave us the opportunity to find closure following the tumultuous end of Telltale.
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 available 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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