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'The Walking Dead' studio will publish '7 Days to Die' on consoles

Telltale takes on the zombie apocalypse from a fresh perspective.
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Telltale Games is best known for its emotional point-and-click adventure games The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us and Game of Thrones, but the studio's publishing division is just getting started. Telltale Publishing will bring The Fun Pimps' first-person zombie survival game 7 Days to Die to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in June for $30. This is the second game from Telltale Publishing, following its work on the retail edition of the Jackbox Party Pack.

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, 7 Days to Die debuted on Steam in December 2013 and has since attracted more than 1.5 million PC players, according to The Fun Pimps. The console version of the game includes a new multiplayer mode that supports split-screen play, plus additional online multiplayer modes. Pre-ordering the console version of 7 Days to Die nets customers five character skins from Telltale's The Walking Dead series, including Michonne and Lee.

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