The Walking Dead: Michonne episode 2 coming in March

The Walking Dead Michonne episode 2 key art - Telltale Games, Image, and Skybound
The Walking Dead Michonne episode 2 key art - Telltale Games, Image, and Skybound /

Episode 2 of Telltale Games’ amazing The Walking Dead: Michonne miniseries game titled “Give No Shelter” has been given a release date in March of 2016.

Fans of Telltale Games won’t have to wait very long for a second installment in the Michonne miniseries. According to an announcement on the Telltale Games website, episode 2 will be available on March 29, 2016.

Titled “Give No Shelter”, episode 2 of The Walking Dead: Michonne will continue telling the story of what happened when Michonne was away from the group in the comic book series. With Michonne, Pete and Sam being held by this new group of survivors, it will be interesting to see how they plan to get away to safety.

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The official Telltale Games blog describes the second episode of the game series in the following way…but keep in mind there are some spoilers in this quote:

"“In this tense second chapter, 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.”"

Michonne is one of the most popular characters in The Walking Dead‘s universe and so far The Walking Dead: Michonne has done a good job of telling the story that fans missed out on in the comic book series. However, the game itself isn’t quite as good as the original series by Telltale involving Clementine and Lee, but those are some pretty high standards to meet.

Still, fans of the comic books or even the hit AMC television show should be able to pick up The Walking Dead: Michonne and have a good time. With a price of only about $5 per episode on all major game systems, computers, and mobile devices, it is cheap entertainment that is replayable to see how the different choices you make impact the story.

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The game series is set to span across three episodes in total, culminating with episode 3, titled “What We Deserve”. Right now, there is no release date for the final installment of the series, but fans can rest easy knowing they have a new chunk of the game to play later this month.