The project employs many former Telltale employees.
The company Skybound announced that after two months of solving logistics and legal problems, the development of The Walking Dead: Final Season has resumed.
During this time, “many talented employees” who worked on the project at Telltale have joined Skybound.
Of course, the new developer will not have time to release the third and fourth episodes to the previously announced release dates, so this information will be updated “in the near future.”
Skybound noted that the previous seasons of The Walking Dead could be cut off from sale for some time due to the transfer of rights. At the same time, users who bought The Final Season will not need to do anything – the remaining two series will be loaded as they are released and without any additional charge.
Telltale fired almost all of her staff and froze all projects at the end of September. In mid-November, some games from the studio began to disappear from Steam – journalists believe that this is due to the liquidation of its assets. The Walking Dead: The Final Season was removed from sale almost immediately after the studio was closed, as it was in limbo at that time.
Skybound Entertainment is a company owned by the creator of The Walking Dead Robert Kirkman.