And it's still on track to release, or at the very least, begin this year. Although no details as to what it will looks like or where it will take place have been announced, in a recent interview
Telltale CEO Kevin Bruner revealed that taking into consideration the various and somewhat drastically different endings of Season 2 has led to some innovative storytelling this time around. And that Season 3 will also appeal to those that haven't played through the first two seasons of The Walking Dead.
"The way that we're dealing with and validating and retaining all those different playthroughs is really cool and unexpected and, I think, pretty innovative from the storytelling point of view.
"How do we go back and make sure all Walking Dead fans can get in while still keeping all of our storylines going? I think where we're landing with the story for Season 3 does a really good job of both of those things."
Without spoiling anything, one of the reasons why a lot of people have been waiting patiently for news and details about Season 3 has a lot to do with the dramatic conclusion seen in Season 2, one that changed pretty drastically depending on the choices that you made.
More details on Telltale's The Walking Dead Season 3 are expected sometime in winter.