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Walking Dead: 400 Days trailer teases five new stories


1:10 AM on 06.11.2013



Telltale's highly praised The Walking Dead is getting its first DLC, 400 Days. The standalone episode is meant to serve as a bridge for the eventual second season. It also comes prepackaged in the limited edition Walking Dead Vita bundle.

400 Days is a singular episode comprised of five small vignettes in which you play as entirely new characters. These short stories can be played in any order, revolve around the same truck stop, feature consequences from choices made during season one, and will have some bearing on season two, according to the PlayStation Blog.

Given that I don't know much about the characters, I'll just mention that I love the "400 Days" neon sign. I'm such a sucker for neon signage.






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