Nov 16, 2016 12:25 AM EST

‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Game Latest News & Updates: Clementine Returns! Plus New Character Revealed!

Fans have been excited to hear that Telltale's interactive adventure game, "The Walking Dead" will be back with its third season. The game will be playable on different gaming platforms such as PC and home console.

The series is rumored to be released November this year. According to Kevin Boyle, Telltale's Executive Producer the third season of "The Walking Dead" adventure game series will be released in late 2016. "The game will be playable in November this year for PC, console, and mobile devices," said Boyle in a conference at 2016 PAX West.

Though no official release date for "The Walking Dead" season 3 was announced by the production team, Telltale Games revealed some things about of the setting and personalities involved in the latest season of "The Walking Dead."

In the latest installment of the game, "The Walking Dead" GamenGuide tells that Clementine will be back as a playable character. A new playable character will be introduced in the name of Javier. Clementine together with Javier will join to finish a quest and survive the harsh zombie-infested world.

A video trailer of "The Walking Dead" season 3 game was first shown in the IGN Live Stream where it shows a grown Clementine with a teenage guy who is most probably Javier shooting down a walker with a pistol.

One more visible thing in "The Walking Dead" trailer is that the two characters are walking in a vast abandoned place. Also, as Clementine is shown to shoot a walker it is evident that she has lost her left ring finger.

""The Walking Dead" season three-game can have a degree of surprising approach as a way to connect the endings from the previous season to the beginnings of season three," aforementioned Telltale's corporate executive Kevin Bruner in associate degree interview with Mashable. "The totally different playthroughs area unit reaching to be creatively conferred in a very storytelling perspective," he added.

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