The Walking Dead comes to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 21, 2014, both in physical and digital format. As on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, each season of the critically-acclaimed episodic, interactive drama-adventure video game will be sold separately. Season one contains five episodes, as well as the 400 Days DLC, which follows the first four hundred days of the Zombie Apocalypse survivors. The characters from 400 Days also appear in Season 2, but play a less important role in its story. The release of The Walking Dead Season One on the Xbox One and PS4 coincides with the release of the physical, retail version of season 2 on the Xbox 360 and PS3 (the digital copy drops on week earlier on the two last-gen consoles), which we don't think is a coincidence... After Season 2 received its last episode, Telltale confirmed a third season of The Walking Dead. It’s the studio’s second game to receive more than two seasons, the first being Sam and Max with four seasons. Details on Season 3 are scarce at the moment; however -- spoiler alert -- know that all the endings in Season 2 leave “certain” matters open, setting up different directions for the story to build on. In addition to The Walking Dead, Telltale is currently working on a game set in the Borderlands universe, Tales from the Borderlands, which it is co-developing with the developer of the original game series, Gearbox Software. Additionally, the company is preparing to release a game based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire saga and on the TV series based on it, Game of Thrones.