Telltale’s ‘The Walking Dead’ Coming to PS4, Xbox One in October

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If you’ve been waiting for Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Game to finally arrive on current-gen consoles before you decide to give in and play this amazing series, season one and two of the episodic series will arrive on the PS4 and Xbox One on October 14 for $29.99. The price is a little surprising, I was expecting it to be a bit cheaper since both seasons are already available at a lower cost elsewhere. Even still, I think The Walking Dead is more than worth its price tag.

The release date Telltale picked is also a little confusing to me. October is currently the busiest month of the year, as it will see the release of Super Smash Bros. (Oct 3), Alien: Isolation (Oct 7), Dragon Age: Inquisition (Oct 7), Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (Oct 14), Battlefield Hardline (Oct 21), The Evil Within (Oct 21), Evolve (Oct 21), Assassin’s Creed Unity (Oct 28), and Sunset Overdrive (Oct 28), among others.

I’m sure it will perform fine, but geez.

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Source: NeoGAF
  • ohitsmerenz

    They are taking far too long to release all of the episodes.

    • Adam Dodd

      Hey now, at least we’ll see the remaining episodes before Half-Life 3 arrives.

    • Weresmurf

      Compare the release dates for Season 1 and Season 2. Season 2 has been FAR better paced than S’1′s release dates.

  • Chandler Of-Adelaide

    I can imagine the ad campaign now;

    “Sick and tired of your PC gamer friends bragging about how they can trawl through another boring Telltale game while you sit there not being bored and playing games that are interesting and fun? Well worry no more, console peasant, soon you too can experience the mediocre snorefest that is Telltale’s The Walking Dead. Coming to PS4 and Xbox One October 14.”

    • Adam Dodd

      Hey Telltale PR department, hire this guy!

      • Chandler Of-Adelaide

        With tongue firmly planted in my cheek, I shall take this endorsement with me forever.

      • Sick_skwerl

        Don’t worry, Adam, he’s campaigning for “The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct 2″ ‘point and click decision making and emotional impact take a seat for ass-kicking and FPS! Long live the death of story-telling!!!’