Skybound Entertainment To Finish The Final Two Episodes Of Telltale’s The Walking Dead

Telltale’s The Walking Dead looked to be dead in the water when back in September when the company announced it was closing its doors outside of a few contractual commitments. With two unfinished episodes left to be produced, many believed that the series would never receive a proper ending, it will now. Skybound Entertainment announced they have resumed production on the game as they recently finalized a deal with Telltale to complete it. Skybound released this statement:

Thank you for your patience while we worked with Telltale to take control of TELLTALE’S THE WALKING DEAD. It’s been a ton of work logistically and legally to get us to a place where we’re able to roll up our sleeves and get to the actual work. After Telltale shut its doors, the game was, unfortunately, unable to be worked on and hence the release dates of Episodes 3 and 4 have been delayed. But, we’re excited to let you know that many of the talented, passionate team members who originally worked on the game are resuming development efforts today! Soon, we will be announcing release dates for the two remaining episodes. It’s likely that previous seasons of the game may be unavailable to purchase for a few days as we transition—but don’t panic!—we’ll have everything back online ASAP. If you already purchased Season Four, you will NOT have to pay again; future episodes will be available to download as soon as they are released via your original point of purchase.

No word on when the final episodes will be finished

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  1 comment for “Skybound Entertainment To Finish The Final Two Episodes Of Telltale’s The Walking Dead

  1. bjorntfh
    November 20, 2018 at 10:48 am

    There’s a massive fraud lawsuit and jail time avoided.

    If they didn’t do this everyone who ordered the Season’s Pass could sue them. They could be indicted for fraudulent practices for failing to provide contractually promised and paid for product and being unable to refund the cost.

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