Telltale Games announced at their 2017 PAX East panel that they are releasing "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" Episode 3 on March 28. Meanwhile, the company CEO Kevin Bruner also stepped down from his position.
Telltale Games took a different approach to the release of episodes for their take on Robert Kirkman's popular comic series, IGN wrote. When they launched the game in December 2016, they released "Ties That Bind" parts 1 and 2 simultaneously instead of separately. But now, they are rolling out "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" Episode 3 by itself. However, it saddens a lot of the company's fans that CEO Kevin Bruner left his post.
However, they will be glad to know that he will remain on the board of directors of Telltale Games, WWG reported. Kevin Bruner had been central to the success of the video game company since January 2015. Furthermore, he oversaw a lot of big and successful projects including the upcoming "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" Episode 3.
Instead of Kevin Bruner, the co-founder of Telltale Games, Dan Connors, will take over the recently vacated position. That means he will be the one supervising releases of forthcoming titles such as "The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" Episode 3 and "Guardians of the Galaxy." In his statement to Kotaku, company Head of Communications Job Stauffer said that they are lucky to have Connors take the CEO reins. Furthermore, Stauffer stated that the transition for the co-founder is a seamless one.
"The Walking Dead: A New Frontier" Episode 3 continues to follow the story of Javier. Javi, as he is called for short, is part of another band of survivors in the zombie apocalypse and is the protagonist of the new season. Although season 3 largely focuses on him and his group, players will still get to see Clementine, the heroine of the past two seasons.