Update [1:49 p.m. ET]: Skybound Games has confirmed to USgamer that when The Walking Dead re-releases on Steam this week, 400 Days will be available again as DLC for season one. Michonne will also be made available on Steam.
The studio also clarified that 400 Days is already included in the The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season on Nintendo Switch, but had nothing to announce in regards to Michonne on Switch.
The original story follows:
Telltale Games' Walking Dead series will finally return to storefronts in full this week. Skybound, who picked up The Walking Dead after Telltale's closure, is launching all four seasons of Telltale's Walking Dead series on Switch today and Steam later this week.
Several of Telltale Games' former projects were delisted or otherwise unavailable due to the studio's closure in 2018. Games were gradually delisted as proceedings carried on, with major Telltale stories like The Wolf Among Us and the Batman series among those removed.
While those projects have since been picked up by the new Telltale, Skybound Entertainment got The Walking Dead soon after Telltale's closure and produced a conclusion for Clementine's story with help from the original team working on The Final Season.
Today, all four entries in Telltale's The Walking Dead are live on the Nintendo eShop, and later this week, the games missing from Steam's storefront will return. If you're not up to speed, this includes:
- Telltale's The Walking Dead
- Telltale's The Walking Dead: Season 2
- Telltale's The Walking Dead: A New Frontier
- Telltale's The Walking Dead: The Final Season
While this doesn't include some of the shorter Walking Dead games like Michonne or 400 Days, this release does mean that all of Clementine's journey through the zombie-filled wasteland of America will be available again. We've reached out to Skybound Games for additional clarification on the status of 400 Days and Michonne.
Other Telltale Games like The Wolf Among Us are seeing revivals as well, with the newly reformed Telltale working on the sequel for the comic book fairy-tale adventure. It won't be quite the same as it was, however, as the new CEO of Telltale has confirmed the company is starting fresh with ideas for the second season.