By Staff Writer | Feb 21, 2014 12:50 PM EST
Developer Telltale Games revealed on their official twitter account that The "Walking Dead: Season Two" will receive its second episode titled "A House Divided" will be released this early March.
— Telltale Games (@telltalegames) February 20, 2014
A couple new screens were posted by the developer today, along with an announcement that a brand new trailer for the episode will be revealed next week. A specific release date for the episode will follow. However just like with their announcement for "The Wolf Among Us", Early March means the first week of March.
Fans are not happy with the long release date between "Walking Dead: Season Two" episodes though.
Telltale Games' "Walking Dead" fans are voicing out that the long wait between episodes is a bad thing. User "Laetha" from Reddit posted:
"I think it's going to hurt not just the players, but Telltale as well. Loss of positive momentum between episodes is a real concern here. Also, at this rate neither The Wolf Among Us or The Walking Dead will be done this year, which I imagine will take them out of the running in most Game of the Year discussions. It's the same thing that happens with most early access/beta games. Most of them will never get GOTY consideration because it's so hard to judge them against everything else. Look at DOTA or Minecraft. They're by no means struggling, but most sites didn't really know how to handle their consideration.What the hell are you supposed to do with a game that started in 2013 and ended in 2015? They didn't get considered in 2013 and I can't imagine they will in 2014 if they're not done yet. They won't get considered in 2015 either probably. GOTY awards aren't everything, but TWD Season 1 did well at awards time and I think that helped a great deal."
User "the-nub" also voiced his annoyance:
"This is exactly what worried me about their studio expansion. I was stupid to have broken my rule of not pre-ordering or purchasing unfinished games, and now I'm not going to be able to finish The Walking Dead in a reasonable time frame. 2 hours every 3 months is really not acceptable.I've learned my lesson! I was so excited for Season 2 that I didn't even think they might blow out their team and take on other projects."
What do you think? Are you hyped or is the hype dead, knowing it will probably take a few more months before "Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 3" comes out?
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