Episode three, Broken Toys, will launch on all platforms on January 15, 2019, and will be released by Robert Kirkman’s company, Skybound, following the “majority studio closure” of Telltale Games.
Last month, Skybound announced that it and previous members of Telltale Games that were working on The Walking Dead had resumed development on the final season of Clementine’s story.
In addition to the episode three news, Skybound also reassured fans that all past seasons and episodes are back up on “almost” all platforms, and all should be fixed by the launch of Broken Toys.
Also, even though Telltale Games is no more, those who purchased the entire season of The Walking Dead: The Final Season will of course still have access to this third episode and the fourth and final episode.
Episode 2, Suffer the Children, released in September and, in our review, we said “outside of Clementine and AJ’s relationship, The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 2 feels overly formulaic and dull.
Since Telltale’s unexpected closure, we’ve compiled a list of 14 of the major developments that have occurred since that fateful day in September.
Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN who is so happy to see that some of the original team are able to complete their work and see Clementine’s story come to an end on their terms. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst.