Published: Thu, July 20, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Telltale Games Announce 'The Wolf Among Us' Season 2

Telltale Games Announce 'The Wolf Among Us' Season 2

Looks like The Wolf Among Us is getting a second season after all.

If you've never played one of Telltale's The Walking Dead seasons, you absolutely should check out their incredible first and second seasons. We may get the good news this week! The series debuted previous year and ran from August through December.

A brief trailer released by Telltale today confirmed an appearance by The Riddler, and Telltale also revealed that season one character John Doe will return as an early version of The Joker. As always, your decisions will carry through. The good news is that we won't have to wait a while to find out if a new season of the point-and-click series is on the way, as we did for the recently concluded third season, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier.

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The Walking Dead: The Final Season has been confirmed for PC/Mac and mobile devices. Episode one will be available for download starting August 8th, 2017 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Mac, with iOS and Android-based devices getting the new season later this year. The first season debuted back in 2014, and ended on a ridiculously tantalising cliff-hanger. The second season of The Wolf Among Us will be released in 2018 as well.

But the biggest news yesterday certainly had to be around The Wolf Among Us.

Though yet to be officially titled, the new season will begin a fresh story arc for its returning cast of characters, including the return of Adam Harrington as Bigby Wolf and Erin Yvette as Snow White. Whether that means they won't address the ending of the first season is unclear, but it would be unusual of them not to touch on it at least. The Noir-inspired detective game was a major success for Telltale, and its dark and gritty take on popular fables was a joy to play.

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