Telltale Games seems to settle down. According to GameDaily, the troubled North California game studio behind the reputable Walking Dead series is screened and has been greeted by an external company, Sherwood Partners, to assist in closing the company.
Co-founder Martin Pitchinson told GameDaily that Sherwood will monitor the liquidation of Telltales assets. Not only this, but a former employee told the website that the remaining health benefits enshrined for affected qualified staff will end in the 30th of November.
This trend is not a big surprise. In September, the studio launched the majority of its employees, which allegedly pay no return to affected developers. Only a small "skeleton crew" remained on staff, and now it seems that the true end is in the eyes of Telltale.
All this happened in the midst of Telltale's The Walking Dead: Final Season. For a while, it was unclear whether the series was to be completed and finally, The Walk Dead creator Robert Kirkman's studio, Skybound, announced that it would go for release episodes 3 and 4.
In addition, GameDaily reports that Numbers of Telltales games have been removed from Steam, which now gives more meaning that the company can go under.
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This story has been updated to reflect that Telltale has not gone bankrupt.