The Walking Dead Season One is Available Now on Switch

The Walking Dead Season One is Available Now on Switch

Start the journey again on-the-go.

If you haven't yet started Telltale's The Walking Dead Final Season, and want to first revisit the series from the start you can. Starting today Season One of The Walking Dead is available now on the Nintendo Switch, with Season Two and A New Frontier slated for release later this year.

The Walking Dead is available now on the Nintendo Switch for $20 and includes both the original season and the 400 Days DLC. The version available on the Switch is from Telltale's complete collection which means the Switch version supports The Walking Dead's updated visuals and performance.

Season Two and A New Frontier are both confirmed for a Switch release later this year, while the first episode of the Final Season is available now.

You can read our review of The Final Season Episode One here where we call it a return to form for Telltale after a couple middling entries. The game benefits from new mechanics and playstyles, which is good to see from a studio that until last year faced internal troubles and crunch.

Correction: An earlier version of this story said that The Final Season was unannounced for the Switch. The first episode is already out.

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