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Submitted by PockyKing 400d ago | news

The Walking Dead: 400 Days DLC Spotted in Steam’s Database

Looks like the teasers for a project involving the Walking Dead universe TellTale created isn’t the second season, but the in-between DLC that was mentioned a few months ago. (Mobile, PC, PS3, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Xbox 360)

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ThatKanadianKid  +   400d ago
Can't wait to see what this is!
cloud495  +   400d ago
This must be what Gary Whitta was teasing on Up at noon.

If it's true it might connect season 1 to season 2!
Ultr  +   400d ago
I just finished season2, I'm totally confused where that marc guy came from???? so this is not something I did not catch?
saintsudden  +   400d ago
I can't wait to see what this is. The Walking Dead was one of my favorite games last year!
Soldierone  +   400d ago
Awesome! I was thinking this was for some game Activision released that was crap, but its for the true series TellTale made! :D

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