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The Walking Dead Episode 4: Around Every Corner sneaks over in October


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The Walking Dead Episode 4: Around Every Corner is due to drop in October, with the fifth and final episode to follow soon after. Around Every Corner is written by Book of Eli screenwriter Gary Whitta, and it promises to support the series' legacy of dark drama and (un)death.

All five episodes will be bundled on-disc for retail sale on December 4 for Xbox 360 and PS3, meaning the final episode will have to hit some time before then.

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Fellow survivors,

We're past the half-way point in a journey you've been on since Telltale Games first launched its series this summer based on Robert Kirkman's award-winning graphic novels, The Walking Dead.

Over the months you've grown to know two of our unlikely heroes along the way: Lee Everett, a teacher and convict with a chance at redemption for his crimes; and Clementine, an eight-year old child in search of her parents last heard from in Savannah, Georgia during the outbreak.

With humanity pushed to the edge of extinction, both Lee and Clementine have endured a harrowing journey together throughout your story. From the undead-infested streets of Macon, to the hunger and desperation of the Travelier Motel and St. John's Dairy, all the way down the railroad tracks to the streets of Savannah, players will soon be learning what could be lurking 'Around Every Corner.'

Episode Four, written by Gary Whitta, will be launching very soon this October, followed by the finale in Episode Five, 'No Time Left.' Each episode, together as a five part series, will also be launching at retail later this year.

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