Skybound Games has announced it will be releasing all four seasons of Telltale's The Walking Dead in a boxed bundle. The bundle will be titled The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series and will be available in three tiers, each of which contains different bonus material.
The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series will contain all four main seasons of The Walking Dead (that's the first two, A New Frontier, and The Final Season) plus The Walking Dead: Michonne. The collection will offer graphical and gameplay improvements as well as 10 hours of dev commentary, behind-the-scenes bonus features, a music player, and more. Three physical Collector's Packs are available for pre-order, and will contain the following material:
Protector Pack ($99.99) – Game content, digital bonuses, an Ericson School for Troubled Youth t-shirt, Clementine & Lee Enamel Pins, a Kenny Hat, Clementine Nesting Dolls, and a Disco Broccoli Plush.
Guardian Pack ($249.99) – Including all items from the Protector Pack in a box with gold stamped signatures from the Still Not Bitten team, plus a 10” Clementine & Lee Diorama, and a 18”x24” Art Print from comic book artist Eric Zawadzki.
Signature Pack ($349.99) – Including all items from both Guardian and Protector Packs in a signature stamped box, plus a signed Art Print from members of the Still Not Bitten team, voiceover actors and The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. Only 100 available!
To accompany the announcement, Skybound Games uploaded a trailer for The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series to its official YouTube account. The trailer features interviews with members of Skybound Games as well as new devs Still Not Bitten. There are also some pretty nostalgic chats with the voice talent behind iconic characters like Season 1's Lee and series protagonist Clementine. Check out the trailer here:
The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series is currently available to pre-order via the official Skybound Games website. All three physical collector's bundles will be released on May 31st. In the meantime, you can check out what TechRaptor thought of the long-awaited final episode here.