“The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier” Episode 4 “Thicker Than Water” Gets 25 April Release Date
Fans of Telltale’s The Walking Dead Series will be able to play episode 4 of A New Frontier on 25 April, 2017. The upcoming episode is titled “Thicker Than Water” and continues the exciting story.
Players can download “Thicker Than Water” on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC/Steam, iOS, and Android devices beginning Tuesday, 25 April, 2017. Fans who bought the special Season Pass disc will also have access to the episode via online download.oid devices beginning the same day.
Judging by the new trailer, David seems to be in a lot of trouble, and Clementine looks determined to find AJ. My guess is that the episode will be amping the action for a very satisfying finale in episode 5. It’ll be interesting to see if the fourth season will continue Javi’s story, bring the focus back on Clementine, or introduce a new protagonist.
Here’s the official description:
Upon discovering the true nature of the New Frontier’s leadership, relationships within the Garcia family have come to a head. As Javier, you will decide the shape and nature of your chosen family. All the while, a herd of walkers moves ever closer to Richmond, putting pressure on allies and enemies alike. With distrust running rampant, you’ll have to determine if blood is thicker than water…
I’ve reviewed the previous three episodes of The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier. The story is enjoyable and you actually start caring about Javier, who serves as one of the leads alongside series veteran Clementine. I’m still iffy about the Javier/David/Kate triangle, but there’s nothing much I can do about it other than keeping Javier away from Kate as much as possible during the game.
The gameplay also switches between the two characters and reveals the connection those two have with the New Frontier.
Have you played The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier yet? What are your thoughts about the new story? Let us know.
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