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'The Walking Dead' Season 2 Episode 3 hits next week, new trailer out

Telltale Games announced the release date for “The Walking Dead Season Two: Episode 3 – In Harm’s Way” on Friday. The latest episode in the episodic adventure series is just around the corner and a new trailer debuted as well with a chilling line from Kenny.

'The Walking Dead Season Two: Episode 3 - In Harm's Way' Screenshots (PS3, XBox 360, PC, iOS)-slide0
Photo courtesy of Telltale Games, used with permission

“Episode 3 – ‘In Harm’s Way” will be released to the PC first on Tuesday, May 13 to Steam, the Telltale Online Store and other distribution services. The Playstation 3 version will follow later that afternoon when the PSN Store updates.

The Xbox 360 will receive the episode early in the morning on May 14 when the Xbox Store is updated. It will also be available on the iOS App Store on May 15 as an in-app purchase. There’s no release date for additional platforms yet such as the PS Vita.

The episode will cost $4.99 individually on the PSN Store, Xbox Store and iOS. A Season Pass is also available for the PC and all other platforms at a price that ranges between $14.99 and $24.99 depending on the service.

“In Harm’s Way” picks up immediately from Episode 2 after Clem and the rest of her crew are captured by William Carver, voiced by Michael Madsen, and his small community of other survivors who follow his tyrannical rule. The trailer shows Clem is not satisfied with the situation at all and is trying to find a way for everyone to make an escape. It ends with some chilling words from Kenny, who was thought dead until the last episode.

“The Walking Dead” is the one of two episodic “choice and consequences” episodic games that Telltale Games currently has running. “The Wolf Among Us” is approaching its final episode of its first season but more franchises are currently in development. Both “Tales from the Borderlands” and “A Game of Thrones” are due to start their seasons later this year.

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