Footage and Assets of Telltale’s Cancelled Stranger Things Project Leak

Alonzo Simpson
September 25, 2018

The Stranger Things project, which Netflix now says will continue without Telltale, may take a different form when it does ship.

Teltalle Games announced on Friday that the studio is shutting down, but if you're wondering what will happen to The Walking Dead: The Final Season, the company is now working towards a solution.

Well... no. The huge pre-production eyes aside, there was a whole new element to Telltale's Stranger Things game, First-Person stealth sequences. Got a hot tip?

While the emphasis of this should obviously remain on the 250 employees suddenly losing their jobs, it's understandable that players are also curious about the fate of the games that were still under development by Telltale.

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Who the potential partners are mentioned in the tweet is now a mystery, but considering the number of film and media companies Telltale has dealt with over the years it seems possible that there might be many interested in acquiring the company. Fans who may have already purchased a season pass for all of the episodes have no word if they'll ever see the light of day.

Telltale Games officially confirmed the reports that the company will, in fact, be closing after laying off over 200 employees and leaving behind only a skeleton crew to finish contracted titles. However, given the company's recent issues and then out of the blue shutdown, it's hard to trust that we'll see more of these games ever without more concrete information.

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