The Walking Dead: 400 Days - E3 - Zombie of the Week

Posted by Grey Friday, June 14, 2013

Hungry for more from The Walking Dead: The Game by Telltale Games (incidentally the App of the Year 2013 selected by us here at The Daily Zombies)? Considered your wish granted with The Walking Dead: 400 Days. 

Without a shadow of a doubt, here at The Daily Zombies, we are a big fan of TellTtale Games' endlessly depressing but moving The Walking Dead game. So much so that the title is our very App of the Year 2012. The emotional five episodes have since went on to become some of the most critically acclaimed of the year and we can't wait to get to the Season Two. And at the recent E3, we learn that that we can actually get back to the compelling world sooner than later. 

With The Walking Dead: 400 Days, we are returning to the early days of the apocalyptic world with an additional episode to the first season with five new characters. Focusing on a truck stop in central Georgia over different time frames of the first four hundred days of the zombie apocalypse with all five episodes running concurrent, culminating into a final sequence resonating the results of all five arcs (which remarkably can be played in any order). For those skeptical over the future, rest assured that the episode will be using information and decisions made within 400 Days' saved games into the much-anticipated Season Two of the title.

Without further ado, here's the first trailer.

Poster of the game that came with the announcement.

Screenshots released thus far.

And here's the official press release:

New The Walking Dead DLC, Series Coming to PS Vita with Bundle

Hey everyone, its E3 week and we hope you’re enjoying the excitement as much as we are here at Telltale Games!

I’m Kirsten, Producer on The Walking Dead game series, and as you may have heard during PlayStation’s E3 press conference, we’re excited to confirm that a brand new episode of The Walking Dead game series is headed to PlayStation Vita!

The Walking Dead: 400 Days is a new chapter in the series chronicling the first 400 Days after the outbreak through the eyes of five all-new characters. This special episode will allow you to choose a character and play through each of their stories in any order, which are all centered around a truck stop on a Georgia highway. Some decisions you may have made in Season One will affect moments of 400 Days, and while we don’t want to give away too much yet, we will say that your decisions in 400 Days will echo into future installments of the series.

Our friends at PlayStation are also announcing The Walking Dead Limited Edition PS Vita Bundle coming to North America, which will include a 3G/WiFi PS Vita, the complete first season of TWD game series - including 400 Days - and great bonus content. For those of you who already own a Vita and want to check out The Walking Dead, we’re also releasing all six episodes both digitally and as a complete full season at stores.

There’s another aspect of the Vita version we’re excited to confirm—the control scheme! PS Vita allows us to use two different control styles so you can decide whether you prefer using the analog sticks and face buttons, or use Vita’s touch controls, bringing a new level of control and interactivity to Robert Kirkman’s grisly world.

If you aren’t already familiar with The Walking Dead game series, it’s based on Robert Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning comic book series. You play as a man named Lee Everett, a former college professor and convicted felon on his way to prison at the start of the undead apocalypse. He’s unexpectedly freed from police captivity and meets an eight-year old girl named Clementine, orphaned in the aftermath of the outbreak. Lee takes Clementine under his wing, forming a tight emotional bond in a world gone to hell. What happens from then on is for you to decide as you control the story through your decisions. Lee and Clem are faced with the constant menace of walkers and learn that human survivors can be just as dangerous.

We can’t wait to get Season One along with the all-new 400 Days into everyone’s hands on Vita. We’ve heard you asking for it loud and clear, and we’re happy to finally let PlayStation fans take The Walking Dead with you wherever you go. We’ll have more news on the release date soon after E3, and we thank everyone for their excitement for the series and look forward to bringing you more information this year.


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