On September 10, 2019, we saw the release of The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series, a collection of all 4 seasons and the interstitial Michonne season. Even so, upon release on PS4, the game was broken for several players. Some weren’t even in a position to boot up the game. Skybound Games has issued a patch addressing this situation, and it is now fixed for PS4 customers with update 1.02. You can download it appropriate now.
Apparently, the day-one particular patch for the collection had some unintentional side effects, causing the crash to take place on PS4. Ahead of the day-one particular patch, the game was completely playable on that platform. This situation was only impacting PS4 customers.
Skybound Games took more than following Telltale shut down in the fall of 2018, finishing the rest of The Walking Dead: Season four and placing collectively the good collection for the The Telltale Definitive Series. Interestingly, Telltale is back, sort of, following a firm called LCG Entertainment bought Telltale’s assets and initiated in a firm relaunch. It is unclear if the firm plans on operating on new games or what its intentions are, but it is an fascinating improvement, nonetheless.
In addition to becoming a hassle-free collection, The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series also capabilities 10+ hours of bonus content material, a slight visual upgrade, and a “Graphic Black” filter to make the game appear like the comics.
The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series is out there and in operating situation on PS4 appropriate now. Have you gotten a possibility to play? Let us know!
[Source: Skybound Games]