PR: The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 2 Release Date Announced

Monday, March 14th, 2016

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The Walking Dead: Michonne


Telltale Games has announced a release date for the second episode of their new The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries. Episode 2, “Give No Shelter”, has been rated M by the ESRB for Intense Violence, Blood & Gore, and Strong Language. The miniseries will conclude in April with its third and final episode. In the meantime, the 2nd episode is set to launch on March 29 on the following platforms:

  • PC/Mac – Via the Telltale online store, Steam, and other digital distribution platforms
  • PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4 – Via the PlayStation Network
  • Xbox One/Xbox 360 – Via the Xbox Games Store
  • iOS – Via the Appstore on compatible devices
  • Android – Via Google Play and the Amazon Appstore

As with the original The Walking Dead game by Telltale games, this one has players making some tough choices along the way. The choices you make can affect future elements of the story and even who lives and who dies. Telltale games has put together this video showing how many players made what choices in The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 1. Check it out below.

“In Episode 2, ‘Give No Shelter,’ a daring escape from the floating colony of Monroe sees Michonne, Pete, and Sam running for their lives. An all too brief reprieve is soon shattered; the leaders of Monroe don’t forgive and don’t forget. With memories of her daughters bleeding ever further into Michonne’s blurred reality, her world is becoming increasingly fractured… just at the point when she’ll need all of her skills to survive.”


The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries follows the iconic blade wielding character, Michonne, from the famous TV show. Telltale’s The Walking Dead game series has sold more than 50 million episodes worldwide to date, and earned over 100 Game of the Year awards from sources like Metacritic, USA Today, Wired, Spike TV VGAs, Yahoo!, The Telegraph, Mashable, Polygon, Destructoid and GamesRadar. It has also earned BAFTA Video Game Awards for Best Story and Best Mobile Game.

The Walking Dead games and TV shows are based upon the award winning comic book series by Robert Kirkman. You can find out more about the games at the official website, on Facebook, or by following Telltale Games on Twitter. If you want to find out more about Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead, or any of his other titles, visit or The Walking Dead TV series is currently approaching its season finale on AMC. Once this season of the TV show finishes up, the companion show, Fear The Walking Dead, will begin its second season in April.

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