Gaming News: THE WALKING DEAD - 400 DAYS Lurches Onto Consoles

Written by Kieron Moore Thursday, 04 July 2013

Gaming News

Gamers looking to occupy their braaains will be happy to know that Telltale Games have announced that 400 DAYS, the latest instalment in their episodic THE WALKING DEAD series, will be released this week. 

Already available on the US PSN store, 400 DAYS was released yesterday on Steam and will be available on Xbox Live tomorrow. It’s slowly dragging its rotting flesh towards the EU’s Playstation Store, aiming to arrive there on the 10th, before making a final stand at the iOS app store on the 11th.

Serving as a bridge between the first and second season’s of Telltale’s series, 400 DAYS tells the story of five original characters as they survive the first 400 days of everyone’s favourite zombie apocalypse. Set in the world of Robert Kirkman’s comic book series, the games have been acclaimed for their character-driven storytelling and their revitalization of the adventure game genre.

Here’s the full description from Telltale’s press release:

Centered on a truck stop on a Georgia highway, The Walking Dead - 400 Days is a DLC episode for Season One of Telltale's award-winning game series. 400 Days tells five linked stories; each taking place at different points in time and from the point of view of a different survivor, from day one of the undead apocalypse to day 400.

The five stories can be played in any order and will change based on the choices that you make. Echoes of the choices you made in Season 1 will carry over into 400 Days and the choices you make in 400 Days will resonate into Season 2.

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