Watch Telltale's The Walking Dead: Michonne Extended Gameplay Preview

"I left so many people that I loved behind."

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Telltale Games has revealed new video for its upcoming miniseries, The Walking Dead: Michonne. Available to watch on the official Telltale Games YouTube channel, the six-minute video features an extended look at the story and what players can expect from the upcoming game. You can watch it for yourself in the embed below.

The first episode of the three-part miniseries will arrive on February 23, and is titled In Too Deep. It will be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The game will launch for iOS and Android devices on February 25.

In Too Deep follows the trials and tribulations of protagonist Michonne (portrayed by Orange is the New Black's Samira Wiley), as she joins with Pete and his squad on a ship named The Companion. They are sailing the coast looking for survivors and supplies. The series' second episode is titled Give No Shelter and scheduled for release in March, with the third and final instalment, titled What We Deserve, launching in April.

The Walking Dead: Michonne is a standalone mini-series spin-off of Telltale's The Walking Dead franchise. The game was originally scheduled to release in fall last year, but was delayed to a February 2016 release. Telltale CEO Kevin Bruner addressed the delay in a statement which contained the following:

"We've been hard at work on this very special exploration of The Walking Dead universe that will further bridge together our game series with the canon of Robert Kirkman's comic though one of its most complex characters struggling to maintain her own humanity," Bruner said. "Deeply haunted by the decisions of her past, putting players in the role of a character like Michonne to navigate the broken world around her is an experience that feels uniquely Telltale, and something we simply cannot wait for The Walking Dead fans to play."

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