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A Walking Dead Game Is Being Delisted Just Three Months After It Launched

Full refunds are being offered.


Skybound Games and Other Interactive have announced that The Walking Dead: Betrayal will be delisted on December 11 and the game will shut down on December 15. Additionally, everyone who purchased the game will receive a full refund.

"After considering a variety of paths forward, and with a great deal of discussion and reflection, Skybound Games and Other Ocean Interactive have decided to stop development on The Walking Dead: Betrayal," the developers said in a statement on Steam. "Despite the hard work put into the game, we were not able to find a path to build the spirited community of backstabbers we originally envisioned."

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In order to process the refund, players can get their money back by requesting it directly from Steam, or through customer support of the retailer they purchased through.

The game was announced back in July and entered into early access on PC back in September. It focuses on social deception and deduction, reminiscent of a game like Among Us. Players can either choose to work with or turn their backs against each other.

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