Telltale and Marvel Teaming Up for New Game
The Walking Dead developer partners with Disney-owned media giant for a new game.
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Today during a special event in San Francisco, Telltale Games and Marvel Games announced a partnership for a new game due out in 2017.
The event is ongoing; we'll have more details on the new game as they become available.
Telltale has also published a blog post about this announcement, though it doesn't offer much in the way of specifics.
"Announced this evening in San Francisco, we're excited to reveal an all-new partnership with the incredible team at Marvel Entertainment. We'll be teaming up on the development of an upcoming Telltale game series project set to premiere in 2017!"
Marvel is just the latest brand that Telltale has taken on. Others include major media franchises like The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Jurassic Park, Back to the Future, and Minecraft, among others.
In February, Telltale announced that it was moving beyond games with its new game/TV show hybrid project called "Super Show," though it's unclear if the new Marvel game will operate under this model.
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