The Wolf Among Us 2 is Set to be Revealed Later Today

The Wolf Among Us 2 was cancelled back in 2018, but it is finally making a comeback.

The Wolf Among Us 2 Reveal

One of the best Telltale Games’ titles, The Wolf Among Us, finally gets a sequel, and we will be getting a behind-the-scenes look at the development of the game. The Wolf Among us 2 was announced way back in 2017 but the studio, Telltale Games, announced its immediate closure and cancelled all current projects.

A couple of years later, Telltale Games was acquired by LGC Entertainment and the studio was back in business. LGC was able to acquire the rights to many of the original Telltale IP, giving way for The Wolf Among Us to make a return.

The game follows the adventures of Bigby Wolf, a private investigator in Fabletown, tasked with solving grisly murders and solving mysteries. The original title was moody, engaging, and definitely one of the best Telltale Games’ titles of all time.

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The Wolf Among Us 2 Reveal Announced by Telltale Games

Geoff Keighley will be hosting the stream and taking viewers behind-the-scenes at Telltale Games for a look at The Wolf Among Us 2. The game did get a small teaser way back in 2017 but there’s a strong possibility of things having been changed since then.

For Indian audiences, the stream will be live at 11:30 PM, tonight.

It will be interesting to see what direction Telltale explores next as there is plenty of inspiration to draw from. The Fables comics are rich with lore and great stories that can make for some pretty interesting narrative-heavy games.

It’s been a while since we’ve gotten a game from Telltale but The Wolf Among Us 2 presents a great proposition. The original was one of the most critically-acclaimed titles from the studio that was equally well-received by fans. The last game from the studio was The Walking Dead: The Final Season released back in 2018.

The studio has had multiple good-to-great games in the past, including Batman and its sequel, The Enemy Within and a surprisingly fun Game of Thrones title.

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