Game of Thrones Episode Two Out This Week, Watch Launch Trailer Now
The Lost Lords officially launches across PC and console tomorrow, February 3.
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Telltale Games on Monday released the launch trailer for The Lost Lords, the second installment in the developer's adventure series based on HBO's drama series Game of Thrones. You can watch it above--and don't worry, it doesn't contain spoilers, Telltale says.
The Lost Lords follows the first episode Iron From Ice, which was released in December 2014. It will be available starting tomorrow, February 3, across console and PC (see a full release schedule below). There will be six total episodes in Telltale's Game of Thrones series, with additional releases to follow.
If you're just catching up, here's a general plot primer. Telltale's Game of Thrones series is based in the world of HBO's show, which itself is based on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire books. The games start near the end of season three, and cap off shortly before the beginning of season five
Telltale's game will, over the course of the full series, let gamers experience the world from five different points of view. The perspectives are members of House Forrester, whether that be by blood or as a person in service to the House. The actions you take as one character can have ripple effects across the entire House, Telltale notes, meaning your decisions will carry even more weight.
For more on Telltale's Game of Thrones series, check out GameSpot's review of the first episode.
The Lost Lords Release Schedule:
February 5 -- iOS, Android
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