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New interview goes into detail on The Walking Dead: 400 Days
Posted on June 29, 2013 by Nickolai Niver

Last year's adventure game of choice, The Walking Dead certainly made a splash with gamers everywhere. Because of this, it doesn't come as any surprise that a second season is planned for the series. What is interesting, is that an expansion pack to the game has been announced.

The expansion pack, titled 400 Days, is separate from The Walking Dead in the fact that the player will control five characters in one chapter. Each of these characters it would seem can be played at any point as the episode takes place. Meaning, you can save that character you don't want to play for last. What's even more interesting is that 400 Days will only be as long as a single episode from the original game. Honestly, I'm a bit curious to see how it will turn out. Until then, this interview covers a little bit more than I can explain as the developers discuss what they're doing with the title and why.

The expansion pack doesn't have a release date yet but will be available on a vast multitude of spectrums. This is to include the Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita, and PC/MAC setups.

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