The Walking Dead: 400 Days is DLC, meant to hold us over as we wait impatiently for the second season of Telltale's vaunted adventure game series, comprised of five different vignettes, each featuring a different playable character. In this video, Sean Ainsworth, the game's director, and Harrison Pink, one of its two designers, shed a little more light on 400 Days and how it relates to the existing and upcoming seasons.
"The choices that you made in season one will come into play in 400 Days," Ainsworth said, "and then the events of 400 Days may or may not come into play in season two, depending on your choices." A bit vague, but it's to be expected of such a story-heavy game. I've loving the simultaneous Creepshow and Ducktales parallel, though.
If you haven't watched the 400 Days trailer yet, check it out here.The DLC will be available on all platforms season one released on, for $4.99.
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