Melissa Hutchison, the voice actor who performed Clementine in Telltale’s The Walking Dead collection, is seemingly suggesting that the sport’s last season is not going to be accomplished.
“I, unfortunately, like most of you, do not have the details on how this all came to be and I also do not know the fate of the final season of TWD,” stated Hutchinson via Twitter. “To my knowledge, they will release Episode 2 and then that will be it. It hurts me that you, the fans, will not get to see Clem’s journey through to the end. It hurts me that all of the insanely talented people who made this game won’t get to see all of their hard work played out, and are instead thrust into having to now having to look for work. It hurts to know that all of the extremely talented actors who lent voice to this final season won’t get to experience the final ending of one of the best damn game titles in the history of games.”
Hutchison goes on to say that she thanks Telltale for his or her work on the collection and that she nonetheless thought of them to be the perfect “narrative, story-driven game company ever.”
Sadly, her statements concerning The Walking Dead‘s last season match what we have been listening to concerning the standing of that franchise ever for the reason that huge layoffs at Telltale Games. US Gamer is citing sources shut to the event of the collection that declare Telltale doesn’t intend to end the sport’s long-awaited last season.
That information leaves us with many questions? What, precisely, occurred at Telltale that made it crucial to successfully shut the studio down earlier than they might even end the ultimate season of their most well-known franchise? What occurs to those that bought a season go for the sport’s last season and can seemingly not get full worth out of it? Does Telltale intend to launch the ultimate plot factors for The Walking Dead‘s last season in any format?
While Telltale hasn’t confirmed that they don’t plan to end The Walking Dead‘s last season, we might be shocked in the event that they announce something however the efficient finish of the collection and their future plans to shut down the rest of the studio.
Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed collection of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014.