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Since Telltale Games is no more, that puts Minecraft: Story Mode in an unfortunate position. It’s been announced that support for the game is ending after June 25. Moreover, players are advised to download all episodes by that date. Both Switch and Wii U will be impacted.

The messaging is slightly unclear, but it potentially sounds like even if you purchased either season of Minecraft: Story Mode previously, you may be unable to access episodes once the deadline passes. That means the episodes could be permanently removed for everyone later this month.

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Skybound has published a trailer for The Walking Dead: The Final Season’s fourth and last episode. Watch it below.

Skybound Games has officially confirmed the release date for The Walking Dead: The Final Season – Episode 4. Titled “Take Us Back,” players will be able to experience the latest content on March 26. This will be the final episode of the season and the series overall.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season will have a boxed edition as we previously reported. Fans can purchase this version of the game on March 26 as well.

Source: Skybound Games PR

The Walking Dead: The Final Season is getting a physical release, according to a listing on Amazon. There’s no indication regarding its availability as the page contains a tentative December 31 release date.

The last episode from The Walking Dead: The Final Season launches on March 26. We should be seeing the physical version sometime after then.

Thanks to JPSWITCHMANIA for the tip.

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With The Walking Dead: The Final Season Episode 3 now available, the release date of the series’ next and final episode has seemingly been confirmed by an in-game menu as March 26th, 2019.

Upon release, users were quick to note that the title’s in-game episode menu is updated to note all of the episodes currently available — while also listing Episode 4 for March 26th. However, no official announcement has been made by developer Skybound Games quite yet.

The image of the in-game menu can be seen below.

Skybound Games readied a new trailer today for the third episode of The Walking Dead: The Final Season. We have it below.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season – episode 3 launches January 15.

The next chapter in The Walking Dead: The Final Season has finally emerged, with Skybound Games showing a trailer and release date during the Kinda Funny Games Showcase. Fans can look forward to episode 3 on January 15.

Here’s the new video:


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Many fans have been wondering about the status of The Walking Dead: The Final Season since Telltale went under and Skybound came in to pick up the remaining series. Today, we finally have an update.

Skybound said on its website that “many of the talented, passionate team members who originally worked on the game are resuming development efforts today”. Additionally, the release dates for the last two episodes are coming soon.

The release date for Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two on Switch appears to be final. After it was previously pulled months ago, the game has returned to the eShop with a November 6 release date. Other retailers have been listing the same day for the physical copy, so there shouldn’t be any further delays.

It was originally thought that Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two would be out on Switch back in August based on the original eShop listing. That didn’t happen though, and we were left wondering when it would eventually launch.

Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two still has its original listed price point of $39.99.

Thanks to Jes T for the tip.

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Usually when you think of Minecraft, you think of a game that can be played by anyone regardless of their age. Generally speaking, it’s a family-friendly experience. Yet for Minecraft: Story Mode, the original plan was something a bit different.

According to former Telltale narrative designer Emily Grace Buck, what was originally created “was not appropriate for young kids.” In fact, had the company moved forward with what it had, the ESRB would have given the project a T-rating. Buck didn’t elaborate beyond this as to what Telltale had originally created.