On Wednesday, February 9, Geoff Keighley has teamed up with developer Telltale Games to host a stream featuring new details on The Wolf Among Us 2.
The Game Awards creator Geoff Keighley is hosting a live broadcast this week for The wolf among us 2† Fans of the noir mystery have long awaited the release of a second season, which the original Telltale Games announced at SDCC 2017. Telltale’s formwork in late 2018 shattered hopes of Bigby Wolf’s return, but The wolf among us 2 resurfaced at the Game Awards of 2019. However, very little of the sequel has been shown since then.
Thankfully, the Telltale Games crew has enlisted some help for Bigby and Co.’s next big adventure. In re-disclosure The wolf among us 2 in December 2019, the company confirmed that developers from AhHoc Studio had jumped on board to bring the project to completion. Former Telltale staffers who played key roles in the first wolf among us Season founded AdHoc Studio in early 2019, which means Telltale’s partners for the sequel know a thing or two about the people of Fabletown. Still, details remain scarce, aside from recent information on: The Wolf Among Us 2s setting, which takes place six months after the events of Season 1.
Yesterday, February 7, Geoff Keighley went to Twitter (via IGN) to announce his participation in an upcoming stream for The wolf among us 2† The Keighley-hosted broadcast will go live on Twitch and YouTube on Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 10:00 a.m. PT. According to the host, those tuning in can expect a behind-the-scenes look at the long-developing project. Information about how long the stream will last and what exactly Telltale Games plans to present remains a mystery.
Much to the delight of many, the extraordinarily long wait to learn more about The wolf among us 2 coming to an end soon. Hopefully even the tiniest teases of gameplay will take center stage at some point, as The wolf among us 2 uses Unreal Engine and has yet to be shown in action. Telltale Games confirmed the technology shift in 2019, noting that by ditching the old Telltale Tool engine, the crew could start production from scratch.
Adapted from Bill Willingham’s Eisner award-winning fables comedy series, The Wolf among usThe first season kicked off episodic in October 2013. Over the course of five critically acclaimed episodes, players followed Fabletown Sheriff Bigby Wolf as he teamed up with allies like Snow White to unmask a killer responsible for a series of grisly murders. The fifth and final episode of the season ended on a cliffhanger that continues to spark debate among series loyalists.
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Source: Geoff Keighley/Twitter (via IGN)
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