The Walking Dead: A New Frontier - Your Choices Video Shows Players' Choices Through Episode 4

New Telltale: The Walking Dead recap video shows how players have chosen throughout the series so far.

May 23, 2017

The season finale of Telltale’s The Walking Dead: A New Frontier releases next week, but that isn’t stopping the development team from showing us how our choices have fared so far.

In a new video released today, titled The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Your Choices, the team detailed how all players have chosen their path throughout the game so far. Creative Director Alyssa Finley says it best when she notes:

This Season is absolutely about family, and family is about what you bring to it

The writing in A New Frontier has been stellar throughout its first four episodes as it has focused on two extreme points of humanity; Survival and Empathy. Lead Writer Adam Douglas correctly notes in the video that the choices players feel the most difficulty with are the ones dealing with these two issues. Trying to choose between your survival and your soul as what is more important is a difficult decision for some. Telltale has always been known for story telling, and the manner in which they tie in repercussions to your choices only adds to the immersion of game.

The final episode, From the Gallows, is promised to have even more difficult and emotional choices for us to live with. The finale will release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC next Tuesday, May 30th. You can see the creative team discuss the choices in the trailer below.

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