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The Walking Dead: 400 Days now available

If you’re a PS3 owner, the dead are walking once again on your download service of choice. Not a PS3 owner? No worries, you’ll have your rotters soon enough.

The capper to the incredible first season of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead is here with 400 Days. A stand alone tale set in The Walking Dead’s universe as established in the five part serial that concluded last year, 400 Days does need at least the first episode of the base game to be downloaded before you can play.

That said though, if you’re any kind of fan of the property, then you probably have more than the first episode downloaded. The Walking Dead was a landmark title that put on a spectacular show for fans and non-fans alike with its excellent writing, acting and presentation.

400 Days is kind of a ‘hold over’ till more of an announcement on the hotly anticipated second season of the game can be discussed. If it’s anything like what’s come before (and it looks like it is) then fans are in for a treat once again.

The Walking Dead: 400 Days is available now on the PSN in the US and coming soon to other consoles and territories. Here’s your official list on just when the zompocalypse will be returning to your neck of the woods and/or console of choice:

  • Wednesday, July 3rd – PC/Mac (Steam, Telltale Games Store, Worldwide)
  • Friday, July 5th – Xbox Live Marketplace (Worldwide)
  • Wednesday, July 10th – PlayStation Network (SCEE, Europe)
  • Thursday, July 11th – iOS App Store (In-App Purchase, Worldwide)

Also worth noting is that the dead are still on the way to the PlayStation Vita and is set for release this August. The game will feature a hybrid touch control system to take advantage of the PSV’s unique control scheme and will include the entirety of the first season of the game along with the 400 Days add-on.

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