Clementine’s voice actor says “to my knowledge”, the series will end after Episode 2’s release.
Telltale Games shocked the industry several days ago when it announced a “majority studio closure”. Aside from 25 employees who are still working to fulfill previous obligations, everyone else has been let go. Along with future titles like Stranger Things, The Wolf Among Us: Season 2 and so on, there was doubt about whether The Walking Dead: The Final Season would be wrapped up.
As we reported earlier, US Gamer spoke to sources that stated it was cancelled and now Melissa Hutchison, the voice actor for protagonist Clementine, is also indicating as much. In a statement on Twitter, Hutchison said, “I, unfortunately, like most of you, do not have the details on how this all came to be and I also do not know the fate of the final season of TWD. To my knowledge, they will release Episode 2 and then that will be it.”
Telltale hasn’t released an official statement on whether this will be the case or not so more information is pending. For now, The Walking Dead: The Final Season’s second episode is slated to release on September 25th for Xbox One, PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch. What lies ahead for the former employees of Telltale remains to be seen.
Hello friends. I am so very deeply moved by the messages of love that I, and the folks from @telltalegames have been receiving. Yesterday was one of the toughest days ever. A lot of hearts were broken, including mine. Please read the attached. #TelltaleJobs #Clementine #TWD pic.twitter.com/Fb68z86j8e
— Melissa Hutchison (@Melyhutch) September 22, 2018