In what has already been a very public and questionable series of events for Telltale games, from mass layoffs and canceled projects to a new class action lawsuit today, the story takes another turn for the worse as on the date of the release of the second, and potentially last, episode of The Walking Dead – Final Season the game is being delisted from all storefronts. Before getting any further those who have already purchased the Season Pass will be able to download and access the game tonight, anyone hoping to hop aboard this sinking ship though is currently being left high and dry. Instead of releasing Episode 2 of The Walking Dead: The Final Season on Steam… Telltale straight up delisted the game for purchase. YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS UP pic.twitter.com/WOy503Y7Xj — Pixelbuster (@Nitomatta) September 26, 2018 As seen in the above tweet the game has been removed from Steam on PC as well as the PlayStation and Xbox marketplaces. While listing information about the game and its features the current store pages give no option for people to purchase. At the moment the most information that has been given publically is from the game page on GOG which… Read full this story
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