Comic Con is always an odd event for us to cover, particularly as the event has evolved from just focusing on comics to being an event about comics, TV shows, movies, video games, and every other medium that's even vaguely relevant in modern geek culture. Historically, it can be a bit hit or miss when it comes to mobile games, but Telltale kicked things off with a bang with three new games announced in one teaser video:

First off, Batman is getting a second season titled Batman: The Enemy Within which will be released on August 8th on consoles and PC with mobile coming at some nebulous future date. This time around Batman and Bruce Wayne will face off against The Riddler. The Walking Dead is moving into its third and final (allegedly) season cleverly titled The Walking Dead: The Final Season. It'll focus on Clementine, and presumably provide some kind of conclusion to her story when it is released last year.

Last, but not least (but most vague) is a second season of The Wolf Among Us, due out next year as well. Where the video lacks in details, it makes up in reading angry tweets.

  • Stranded87

    Nice to see more Wolf Among Us. Such a shame no-one bought Tales from the Borderlands though, as that's easily Telltale's best game.

    • Dankrio

      I did and find it one of their very best.

  • tinkie277

    Very happy to see another TWAU season coming!

  • InTheAir

    The way TWD Season 4 is titled makes it look like Telltale glad the game's over. Also, find some time to update your engine Telltale!

    • Stranded87

      They probably are, I imagine after 4 seasons they've had enough and would rather work on other stuff.

  • WhovianWithALightsaber

    "When it is released last year." ... 😂😂😂 Good to know Telltale can time travel! 👍🏼

    • Eli Hodapp


  • kfelicity85

    Yes!! Especially excited for the Wolf Among Us but I love all Telltale Games...

  • JudasKain

    Were all the issues in the 1st Batman resolved? TWAU & Borderlands are high up there- almost as life changing as TWD

  • gonif

    The inability to turn off the dialogue timer ruined Wolf Among Us. As a huge Fables fan, I was so upset. If you like it, fine, but there's no excuse for forcing it upon players, especially on a mobile platform where you can't expect a user's undivided attention. And don't try that ridiculous "more like real life" argument, unless you happen to be The Terminator.

  • Nightxx

    Deadpool when ?!