Dec 27, 2016 04:48 AM EST
Telltale’s ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Game Roll Out: Clementine Returns In ‘A New Frontier’; Plus 4 More Episodes [REPORT]
Sure discount awaits "The Walking Dead" Season 3 Game fans as Telltale rolls out the first episode for the game adaptation. The Episode 1: A New Frontier also continues to the story of Clementine, the TV adaptation's starrer which makes the game even more interesting.
Looking back at the "The Walking Dead" series, Clementine is a young girl that survived and fought The Walkers alone in the TV series. That maybe is the reason why the Season 2 highlighted her character and made it a playable option. Moreover, she will only be a supporting character but as the storyline develops more about Clementine's heartbreaking back story will be revealed.
Gamers can continue with "The Walking Dead" Season 3 Game through saved files from the previous season through a synced Telltale account or a local game save, Android Authority reported. For players who have not started the game yet, they can make a fresh start and undergo the "previously on" style. Or they can venture alone in the game by playing Season 3 as a standalone game.
"The Walking Dead" Season 3 Game is now up for play on Play Store for $5 on its first episode entitled A New Frontier. Each episode which will also sell at $5 will be announced in the coming months to complete the series, Android Police reported.
The first will be included in the Play Store purchase. A slight discount will be at stake for the $15 season pass that will include four more episodes. "The Walking Dead" Season 3 promotional offer puts the Season 2 on sale. Players can get the first episode form this season free upon download while the remaining episodes 2 to 5 are sold at $3 each. But if players choose to get it all at once they will have to pay the season pass for only $3.49. A great deal to grab.
"The Walking Dead" Season 3 Game is available for PC, Xbox One, PS4, and the mobile port.
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