Those who are raring to get back in the game of "The Walking Dead" will be happy to know that developer Telltale Games has finally announced a number of updates for Season 2.
This time, players will be taking on the role of Clementine, the young, orphaned girl who will try to make sense of and make it through the world. IGN reports that there will be five episodes for the game, and though the first one will come sometime this year, majority of the episodes will be left for 2014.
Here, the world is more than just fending off the undead, as you also have to fight off the living who are trying to survive the dark world just like you.
"As Clementine, you will be tested by situations and dilemmas that will test your morals and your instinct for survival. Your decisions and actions will change the story around you, in this sequel to 2012's Game of the Year," stated the Steam listing for the game.
Just like what the developers said before, the decisions that you made for Season One and 400 Days DLC of the game will play a big role in how your story will progress for Season 2.
A trailer has also been released, which you can check out here.
"The Walking Dead Season 2" is expected to release on the PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Mac and the iOS, though other platforms will be announced as they are confirmed. You can already pre-order the game and even get a 10% discount on the Season Pass if you are ordering for the PC or Mac.
Monthly DLCs for 'Forza 5'
"Forza Motorsport 5," one of the most awaited exclusives for Xbox One, will be getting monthly DLCs once it releases as a launch title for Microsoft's next-gen console.
According to a report from Softpedia, developer Turn 10 Studios has already confirmed that there will be quite a number of monthly DLCs rolling out, which will result to the addition of 10 more customisable cars for the game for every pack.
The developers will also be rolling out a Car Pass that will immediately give you access to six of the DLCs, or in other words, 60 cars, at an affordable price.
'Halo: Spartan Assault' Crosses to Xbox One
Just recently, new evidence has been found for "Halo 5" on the Xbox One. But now, another game may be heading for the Xbox One.
As reported in the official Halo blog, 343 Industries and Vanguard Games have confirmed that Halo: Spartan Assault will be available as a digital download for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 come December.
The game will feature a well-known enemy the Flood, 30 missions, a new co-op mode and the Operation Hydra expansion. Click the link above to check out the screenshots and trailer.
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