The Walking Dead: The Final Season Pulled From Digital Retailers

Telltale Games recently made the announcement that the studio was going to be closing and as a result, 90% of the staff was laid off. This ultimately killed off a few of their projects in the works such as the second seasons of The Wolf Among Us and Game of Thrones. However, most were wondering as to if The Walking Dead: The Final Season would end up being completed. Now it’s looking like Telltale Games is pulling the title off of the digital market.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season is based around wrapping the narrative journey up for Clementine as we’ve been following her character since 2012. However, prior to the release of the second episode release, Telltale Games made the announcement that the studio would be closing down. While gamers received the second episode, it was curious as to if the company would continue development to deliver fans the full game.

Originally it looked like it wasn’t going to be the case and that fans that paid for the game would be out of the money and for those interested in the narrative journey, the story would be wrapped up early on a cliffhanger. However, shortly after it was announced through Telltale Games that the development studio had other companies interested in lending a hand to complete the title giving fans the journey that they paid for and closure for Clementine.

As it stands right now, The Walking Dead: The Final Season is being pulled from the digital marketplace. It’s unknown as of just why the game is being pulled from online retailers but it’s likely due to the games uncertain future. With that said, we’re interested in hearing if you would like to see the game continue on or if it should just be killed off for good.

 

[Source: Dualshockers]