Final Season of The Walking Dead Got its Release Date


After a long delay in the coming of Season 3 of The Walking Dead, it seems like Season 4 is coming earlier than we all have ever expected. The Walking Dead Season 4 which seems to be the last season of this long run series is set to release on March 6, 2019.

Previously, Telltale makes an announcement that all the upcoming episodes of The Walking Dead will be canceled including this season 4. But all thanks to the Skybound Games, the new studio which is founded by the creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman who has taken this decision to release the last episode of this series.

After having a long delay in the launch of The Walking Dead Season 3, the release date of Season 4 is quite exciting for the fans as it is coming before the expectation of the fans. Since episode 4 is going to release in March 16, players can finish the game in March itself.

It’s really sad for all the fans of Walking Dead to have this episode as the last one from this series as this is one of the best Game series by Telltale. If we talk about The Walking Dead Episode 4, there’s isn’t any information about what will happen in this episode, but if we consider its previous season, this season might be the happy ending of Clementine and AJ. Like its previous season which was continued from the end of Season 2, this season will also continue the story and will have a Happy Ending.

Meanwhile, Season 3 of The Walking Date is released now and is available on all the major gaming platforms including PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and on Nintendo Switch. Like its predecessors, Season 4 will also launch in the listed platforms.

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