After the great success of TellTale with The Walking Dead, developers are now beginning to speculate the future of the series, officially confirming the second season. In a reference to the second season of adventure graphics, the project is still in its infancy, the developers have stated that TellTale is not excluded the possibility of cross events in the next game with the television series aired on FOX, now now in its third season.
The Walking Dead: The Game has enthralled millions of gamers with an exciting plot and good art direction. The masterpiece of TellTale Games, which last year won major awards including the coveted GOTY 2012, will be back soon with Season Two, which will tell a new story inspired by the comic book series by Robert Kirkman.
Now that looks back on the first full season and an impressive list of critics’ awards, the developer Telltale Games is carefully considering how to continue the story of the exciting series of graphic adventures of The Walking Dead. In a recent interview, the CEO of TellTale, Dan Connors said: “There is nothing that precludes our characters can cross those of the television series. Idea is very interesting for us. One of our highest goals concerning what happens between one episode and the next. How to carry out the experience. How to use our ability to ensure that the public remains concerned and talk about it.”
If the rumors are confirmed, we will see the game the characters of the television series in Season Two, for example, the same Rick with his revolver and Daryl and his trusty crossbow. But the real problem of TellTale is to meet the players with the constant release of future episodes going to be hard for developers to be able to maintain a high level of appreciation of the users view the expectation that they can undergo each time.
A big focus for us is what happens between episodes. How can you bring the gaming experience to the end? To develop this skill you have to keep people engaged and encourage them to talk about the game between them.
With the first season, TellTale seems to be successful in this difficult task, since each episode ended with an open ending, which left no room for doubt that many would be solved only with the release of the next episode.
Recall that unlike Survival Instinct, The Walking Dead: The Game has licensed directly from the creators of the series, rather than by AMC, head of the TV series.