TellTale’s The Walking Dead – The Definitive Edition release date is available for preorder since April 18, 2019. Skybound Games made the announcement in the wake of The Walking Dead: The Final Season being sold out this month. The game’s incredible commercial and critical success, achieved in a few weeks, inspired Skybound Games to act immediately. Hence the announcement.
All four seasons of The Walking Dead game series will come as a single, comprehensive bundle in physical and digital editions, reportedly, for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Additionally, those hardcore fans will also get The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series collector’s edition in three variations- Guardian, Protector, and Signature, all with their own separate physical and digital bonus content.
The best part about it is that all three of those Collector’s Packs are now open for pre-order. Just visit Skybound.com and check out their offers, but don’t wait too long as the offer will end on May 31, 2019, or sooner if the supply runs out.
The Collector’s Packs:
- Protector Pack costs $99.99 and brings the entire game content, its own digital bonuses, Clementine & Lee Enamel Pins, “Ericson School for Troubled Youth” T-Shirt, Disco Broccoli Plush, and Clementine Nesting Dolls.
- Guardian Pack costs $249.99 and brings everything the Protector pack brings, but it comes in a gold-stamped box, with an Art Print featuring signatures from “Still Not Bitten Team”, a 10 inch Clementine & Lee Diorama, and an 18×24 inch Eric Zawadzki’s Art Print, who is The Walking Dead comic book artist.
- Signature Pack costs $349.99 and it has everything both Protector and Guardian Packs have, comes in the signature box, has an Art Print signed by the “Still Not Bitten Team, but it also has signatures from voice over actors for the game, and from Robert Kirkman himself, the creator of the show. Only 100 Signature Packs were available in total and have sold out already.
TellTale’s The Walking Dead – The Definitive Edition is now completely taken over by Skybound games and they are looking to capitalize on the shows ending. As of now, there is no official Definitive Edition release date set, but it is undoubtedly due soon.