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Telltale's The Walking Dead Season Three Gets a New Title and Release Window

Joseph Knoop



Fans of Telltale's The Walking Dead franchise are as ravenous for new details as the titular flesh eaters themselves, and one juicy morsel found the light at Telltale's PAX West panel Friday afternoon. The third season will officially be titled The Walking Dead: A Telltale Series – A New Frontier.


Kevin Bruner, co-founder and CEO of Telltale Games described season three "As a harrowing and horrific drama" that delves into the grit and grime of survival in a flesh-eating apocalypse. Players should ready themselves to deal with their beloved Clementine "confronting the new rules of order and justice in a land being brutally reclaimed and rediscovered by what's left of humanity itself."


The upcoming season is set roughly four years after the dire events of season two, and features the return of the series' darling Clementine, as well as a mysterious new (and playable) character named Javier. The series' executive producer, Kevin Boyle, explained that the theme of the third season will be fundamentally different than the two season before: 

When we began this series, we explored what it meant to protect a character like Clementine at all costs. Years later, meeting her for the first time, Javier will begin to unravel the mystery of who Clementine has become, as her story intersects with his - both of them still driven by the things they value most long after society's collapse.

A New Frontier will premier this November on PC, console, and mobile platforms. Players can also expect a physical edition that allows access to subsequent episodes as they become available.



There's currently no word on what the revealed subtitle might mean for the new season. While "The Walking Dead" has predominantly focused on the southeast regions of the United States, "A New Frontier" might imply a switch of scenery. What are your thoughts? Sound off in the comments.

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