Nevermind, We Are Getting The Wolf Among Us Season Two in 2018

Nevermind, We Are Getting The Wolf Among Us Season Two in 2018

And a new Batman, and the final season of The Walking Dead

Looks like we were all taken for a ride when reports came out yesterday that Telltale was seemingly pulling damage-control over rumors that The Wolf Among Us season 2 would be coming out soon. As it turns out, that was just a misdirect for what fans had already correctly figured out, meaning we will be getting a second season of the The Wolf Among Us—as well as a new Batman DLC, and The Walking Dead's Final Season.

First the big news. Telltale's adaptation of the long-running comic Fables is indeed coming back in 2018 with a brand new season that revisits Bigby Wolf and Snow White in Fabletown. The actors and producers on the game appeared in Telltale Games' Summer Update video to announce that everything that made the first season of The Wolf Among Us great—the neon atmosphere and noir currents—would return, along with a deeper look at the characters. No word yet on the plot, as it looks to be still early in development.

Other news from Telltale Games' update is the announcement of The Walking Dead The Final Season which promises to focus solely on Clementine. Over the course of four seasons, players have followed Clem as she grows up in The Walking Dead's post-apocalyptic world. The Final Season will finally deliver a conclusion to her story, but knowing the game, that might not mean a happy ending.

Lastly, the NeoGAF listing for Telltale's Batman: The Enemy Within appeared to be correct, with a new Batman story coming from Telltale. From what it looks like, Telltale will continue to focus on Bruce Wayne as much as they focus on Batman, which I thought was a brilliant move on Telltale's part in season one. Expect more twists in the Batman mythos, and probably a bigger role for the Riddler. Batman: The Enemy Within will arrive this fall.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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