Telltale Games CEO says Wolf Among Us 2 still happening, talks The Expanse

The Wolf Among Us
The Wolf Among Us (Image credit: Telltale Games)

What you need to know

  • Telltale Games was revived in 2019 under LCG Entertainment.
  • The company confirmed that work was starting again on the previously-canceled The Wolf Among Us 2.
  • In an interview with GameInformer, Telltale Games CEO Jamie Ottilie talked more about how the company is making The Among Us 2.
  • Ottilie also discussed the recently-announced series based on The Expanse.

Telltale Games is still hard at work on The Wolf Among Us 2, per a new interview with GameInformer. Telltale Games CEO Jamie Ottilie explained that The Wolf Among Us 2 is based on the "original vision" laid out years ago. Part of that is in the story, which is set around six months after the conclusion of the first game. You can take a look at a new render of Bigby Wolf and Snow White below:

Source: Telltale Games / GameInformer (Image credit: Source: Telltale Games / GameInformer)

The news that development was resuming on The Wolf Among Us 2 came during the Game Awards 2019. While the old Telltale Games used a proprietary engine in all its games, the new Telltale is opting for Epic's Unreal Engine. The Wolf Among Us 2 is currently in full production, though there's no new release date at this time.

Ottilie also touched on The Expanse Telltale series, which was announced during the Game Awards 2021. The Expanse is being co-developed with Deck Nine Games, and as for the setting, it'll be a prequel to the series currently available on Amazon Prime. In the game, players take on the role of Drummer, a Belter working about a ship called The Artemis.

Like The Wolf Among Us 2, The Expanse: A Telltale Series does not currently have a release date.

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