The Walking Dead’s final season has been purged from digital storefronts

The Walking Dead's final season has been purged from digital storefronts screenshot

While Telltale Games has fulfilled its promise to free up episode two of The Walking Dead: The Final Season, any individual that did not already grasp a pre-order will now not be capable to acquire it. On just about each digital storefront, the final season of Telltale’s collection has been delisted on the request of the corporate. GOG.com has up to date the shop web page for the final season with the message, “Telltale has asked a short lived pause of gross sales of The Walking Dead – Final Season. For all up-to-the-minute Telltale information, please check with their professional Twitter web page.”

On PSN and Xbox Live, you’ll nonetheless seek for the sport, however there’s no longer an approach to achieve it. Steam will in truth disguise the sport hub from normal searches, however you’ll nonetheless in finding its retailer web page or even obtain the demo. You simply will not be able to shop for episode one or two, which now not have separate pages. Surprisingly, the eShop record on Switch nonetheless allows you to purchase the season cross, regardless that that most probably would possibly not remaining for for much longer.

While it would come off as strange that different Telltale Games are nonetheless on sale (the place is that cash going?), I am guessing the removing of the Final Season is extra down not to ripping folks off for episodes that would possibly by no means come to fruition. At least Telltale is making energetic measures to forestall deceptive shoppers, regardless that it’s extremely strange that you’ll’t even purchase what’s already to be had.

Author: Marshmallow

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