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Telltale Games announce The Wolf Among Us

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By Hassan Irshad


Telltale Games, in its Summer 2017 update, has announced a new, long awaited season for The Wolf Among Us that will appear in the second half of 2018.

The game serves as a prequel to the dark fantasy comic book series Fables. It opened its first season with episode one, ‘Faith’, on 11 October 2013, and concluded with episode 5, ‘Cry Wolf’ on July 8, 2014.

Telltale has also announced the final season of The Walking Dead, also scheduled for the later part of 2018, and a new Batman series, which is set to release its first episode on 8th August this year.

Melissa Hutchison will reprise her role as Clementine in the final season of The Walking Dead, whilst Season Two of The Wolf Among Us will have Adam Harrington and Erin Yvette return as Bigby Wolf and Snow White respectively.

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