It appears fans may just get the ending to Season 4 of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead after all.
Telltale Games officially confirmed the reports that the company will, in fact, be closing after laying off over 200 employees and leaving behind only a skeleton crew to finish contracted titles. Unfortunately, for fans of The Walking Dead, this left the future of Season 4 up in the air. In fact, even the voice over actors were left unsure of whether or not all four episodes would be released as promised. However, it now appears Telltale Games may have secured a way to release the final two episodes.
In a new tweet, Telltale Games revealed the company has been in contact with "multiple potential partners" all interested in helping to "see The Final Season through to completion." However, while the company is hinting that the final two episodes may yet be released, it was also quick to note that it couldn't make fans any promises.
The first episode is already available, and the second episode will still release as promised tomorrow. Beyond that, thought, remains to be seen.
Telltale Games was launched back in 2004 by a group of LucasArts employees. While the company released countless games throughout the years, including one centered around the television series CSI, it wasn't until it launched The Walking Dead in 2012 that the company truly took off. In recent years, the company had gone on to produce games for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, along with Batman -- The Telltale Series and The Wolf Among Us. Prior to the company's closure, it was set to produce a game based on the Netflix series Stranger Things.