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Check Out The Graphical Comparison Trailer For The Walking Dead Telltale Collection

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Telltale has released a trailer comparing the graphics between the original and enhanced versions of their Walking Dead series, coming soon in one big collection. The Telltale Series Collection features all 19 episodes of the critically acclaimed series onto one disc for you to enjoy. The Collection is set to hit store shelves on December 5th for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’ll also be available digitally.

“Clementine has meant so much to fans since the series premiered in 2012,” said Melissa Hutchison, the award-winning actress behind the iconic character. “It’s incredible to see this series collection arriving all in one place for players to relive the journey or catch up on her tragic tale of survival before we head into the final chapters of her storyline next year.”

Need a rundown of the series? Check out the description below:

The Walking Dead is an unparalleled journey into the heart of what it means to be human in a world that’s lost its humanity. Set in Robert Kirkman’s award-winning comic book universe, your story is determined by the choices you make. Season One of The Walking Dead: A Telltale Series redefined expectations for storytelling in video games, winning over 100 Game of the Year awards. Now the first three seasons, as well as horror anthology 400 Days and the three-part mini-series starring blade-wielding icon Michonne, will be available in one place for the first time, allowing you to prepare for the upcoming fourth and final season starring beloved survivor Clementine (due out in 2018).

Once again, The Walking Dead Telltale Series Collection will be available both physically and digitally on December 5th 2017 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The collection features all 19 episodes of the series including Season One, Season Two, A New Frontier, 400 Days, and the Michonne mini-series, all this for $49.99 USD. The final season of The Walking Dead will be hitting consoles, PC and mobile sometime next year (2018).