The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series Launches in September

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series Launches in September

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Richard Walker

Skybound Games has announced that The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series will be lanching this September, bringing the complete Telltale's The Walking Dead saga to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC again, with a new 'graphic black' visual option and a variety of bonus extra content.

A "comprehensive" bundle of all four seasons, as well as The Walking Dead: Michonne, and the 400 Days DLC episode, The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series also includes 10 hours of developer commentaries, behind-the-scenes features including galleries filled with concept art, character art, a 'Return of The Walking Dead' documentary short, recreations of classic menus, and a music player with more than 140 musical tracks.

The definitive The Walking Dead bundle also includes the 'graphic black' art style across every episode and bonus content, paying homage to the original The Walking Dead comic book series, previously available only in The Final Season. "Graphic black is a loving tribute to the source material and a powerful art style that makes the game look like a living comic book," said Creative Director Kent Mudle.

"An idea the team formulated and perfected with The Final Season, this new visual styling offers longtime fans a way to play the series again in a brand-new light while giving new audiences a smooth visual ride across all seasons."

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC from 10th September 2019, with a physical retail release also set for PS4 and Xbox One. You can get full details on The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series physical Collector's Packs here.

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  • So this is how Skybound get the money back for finishing season 4. lol
  • I still believe it's a bad idea remaster a game when not even the new generation's consoles are not out yet, in fact i believe that if Telltale wouldn't have worked in The Walking Dead Collection just to be free 6 months later by buying the final season, wouldn't have ended up in bankrupt.
  • #1 I supposed so, but I can't blame them for that. It's a big gamble on their part and like I have mentioned in the previous topic, Robert Kirkman's roots is with comic books and that industry brings out ridiculous rarities (limited edition cover variants etc) not because they are after the money BUT just to bring out a rare product/item for collector purposes. Reason why there is a "signed copy" for an extra $100 for the CE. Only in comic books are things like these popular.
  • @2 This doesn't sound like a remaster, just a way to get them all in one place with a special video filter. Also I thought several things contributed to Telltale's closing: poor management, overextending on licencing, and an old engine producing continually buggy releases.
  • This won't be a remaster because the engine they used after season 1 was already dated as it is. I can't see this running any better at all and as people have stated it's just a way for Skybound to get back the money they spent . It's a shame that they get the chance to do a so called remaster for a game they didn't even make and the ones that did lost there jobs because of greedy CEO at the top who probably are sitting in a new cushy job
  • No Switch version? Does this at least come with a new trophy set to plat all over again?
  • I wonder if this is that collection that seemed to disappear from the store a while back. I wanted to plat it again but never got to.
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