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The Walking Dead Season 3 revealed at E3

Telltale has released the reveal trailer for The Walking Dead Season 3 at E3 2016.

The long-awaited third season of Telltale’s adventure series will feature a teenage Clementine returning as the game’s protagonist.

Telltale teased the upcoming season on IGN where it released the following trailer:

Clementine is accompanied by a young man named Javier, who will also be playable throughout the third season.

The previous season ended with Clementine still a young girl, so it’s safe to assume that some time has passed in the world of The Walking Dead.

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Your save data from previous seasons can be carried over to this one, meaning all your important decisions and the consequences that come with them will have an impact on the game.

There will also be ways to transfer your decisions even if you’re playing on a different platform. How this will be achieved remains a mystery, though.

The Walking Dead remains one of Telltale’s best adventures thus far, providing intense character drama and genuinely frightening action.

Season 3 is set to launch later this year for a number of unconfirmed platforms.





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