The second episode of Wolf Among Us, Smoke and Mirrors, was released two days ago and new content exposes a stunning reality. The narrative has suffered a major overturn and most leads set in the first episode have been erased. The Wolf Among Us is now facing a different perspective regarding the murdering cases – suspects and allies are now mixed in a myriad of speculation and guilt. Who’s really at fault? The truth seems to be crystal clear now but can’t it be another deceitful illusion? Telltale Games already taught us that not all you see is what it seems to be and honestly, this entire second episode pointed towards Crane as the one and only murderer – doesn’t it seem all too obvious and simple?