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Telltale Games Pulls The Walking Dead: The Final Season From Sale

After laying off most of its staff last week, Telltale Games has removed The Walking Dead: The Final Season from digital storefronts.

The second chapter of the four-part, story-based adventure game was scheduled to be released on Tuesday. However, it didn't debut on any platform, and the previously available first chapter was pulled from the PlayStation Store, Xbox Store and Steam.

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The game's listing on GOG.com states, “Telltale has requested a temporary pause of sales of The Walking Dead – Final Season. For all up to date Telltale news, please refer to their official Twitter page.” However, no statement has been released by the publisher.

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Telltale Games announced Friday that it had fired 250 employees due to low sales, and effectively canceled all projects in production. That includes the third season of the Batman series, a proposed sequel to Fables: A Wolf Among Us, and a planned Stranger Things tie-in. Telltale’s Twitter account suggested the company is looking for potential new partners to complete The Walking Dead: The Final Season. But of course, the same release stated that the second chapter would debut on Tuesday.

(via Siliconera)

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