Gaming News and Updates; Release Date of Telltale’s 'The Walking Dead: A New Frontier' Episode 4 Revealed
"The Walking Dead" game from Telltale Games are always fantastic. That trend continued with "A New Frontier", which has released 3 of the 5 Episodes in the story so far, leaving fans left to wonder what will happen next and when the new episode will be available.
So far in Season 3, "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" has focused on the adventures (and decisions) of two different playable characters: Javier and Clementine. Although the characters come from completely different backgrounds, they have managed to somewhat unite in their struggle to protect and care for their loved ones in the game's post-apocalyptic landscape.
Players who haven't yet completed the episode "Above the Law" may want to get moving, as Telltale has announced that Episode 4 of "A New Frontier" will be available on April 25. The developer broke the news Wednesday morning via its Twitter account. Episode 4 is called "Thicker Than Water" and Telltale also let it be known that an official trailer for the episode will release on Thursday, April 20, 2017.
— GamersVoice (@gamersvoicebot) April 20, 2017
According to Fansided, Episode 4 of the game, titled "Thicker Than Water will be the follow-up to a character and story-driven installment which found the player making some tough decisions regarding who is important to them and where they believe safety is. The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is out now on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as Android and iOS devices. Episode 4, "Thicker Than Water," releases April 25.
Episode 4 of ‘The Walking Dead: A New Frontier’ Hits April 25th https://t.co/M4h6Yc3ums pic.twitter.com/gClW3eXXFV — Bloody Disgusting (@BDisgusting) April 20, 2017
With this announcement, April is shaping up to be a pretty big month for Telltale Games. The story-driven games developer just released Episode 1 of its "Guardians of the Galaxy" game on Tuesday.
The company did also recently lose its CEO, Kevin Bruner, who stepped down while citing the company's rapid growth over the last few years, saying that it was time to find someone more qualified to take Telltale to the next level, Gamerant reports.
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