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The Walking Dead’ Third Season Teaser Revealed


Telltale Games revealed the first sneak peek at their next season of ‘The Walking Dead‘ series, set to premiere this fall. It’s a brief one-minute teaser, Telltale won’t say what exactly is going on, but we see an older Clementine and new character by her side.

The new guy’s name is Javier. Telltale also confirmed that Clem will once again play a key role, but also that this is a new story as much as it is a continuation of Seasons One and Two.

Players completely new to the Telltale series will be able to jump right in without feeling lost at all, And those familiar with previous seasons will perhaps find some even deeper meaning, as we’ll be working to ensure save file decisions will carry over from the last two games if you’ve played them in the past.

Telltale continues,

When it comes to Clementine, players’ relationships with her have very much evolved over the course of Seasons One and Two. In Season One, it was all about playing a more paternal role and helping a little girl find her feet and the courage to survive in a world gone to hell. Season Two was about Clementine developing her skills and becoming more independent of the people around her. In this next season, she’s in her early teens, and has grown to be a person who is clearly capable of handling herself – someone very much on the same level as Javier, a fellow survivor who has been through hell, and has managed to remain alive as long as Clem.

In the trailer there’s something amiss with Clementine, Telltale went on to say,

Clem has also been through a lot since we left her at the end of Season Two… and depending on the paths players may have taken with her in the past, she may or may not be exactly the same person we knew back then. You’ll play as both Javier and Clementine through the course of the season, but exactly how that works is one of the exciting details we’re not quite yet ready to reveal.

You can check out the new teaser trailer below.


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