Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode Release Dates Revealed

Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode Release Dates Revealed

Coming in hot, every six weeks or so.

Telltale Games has detailed the complete release schedule for the remaining episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season. This comes merely a few days after the debut episode of the final season released on August 14.

The big difference here from past Walking Dead seasons is that each episode is releasing roughly six weeks apart from one another, closing the gap of multiple months that was used for past Walking Dead seasons.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode Release Schedule

  • Episode 1: Done Running - August 14
  • Episode 2: Suffer the Children - September 25
  • Episode 3: Broken Toys - November 6
  • Episode 4: Take us Back - December 18

Done Running released on August 14, kicking off The Final Season. Suffer the Children is the next episode in line, releasing on September 25, which sounds like it'll be focusing on the children that Clementine and A.J. met and befriended back in the Done Running episode earlier this month. Telltale does note that this schedule is open to change.

Done Running marked the return of Clementine as the protagonist for this final installment in The Walking Dead saga. You can head over to our Walking Dead, Season 4 review for the episode, which we noted is a strong return to form for the series as a whole.

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