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Telltale Games Plans To Expand Next Year

Posted on Wednesday, November 21 @ 05:15:35 PST by Alex_Osborn

The team behind the highly acclaimed The Walking Dead adventure series is planning to ramp up its efforts in the coming year. According to North Bay Business JournalTelltale Games has reportedly signed a lease for a 22,000 square foot office to accommodate its growing staff.

Currently, the company has 125 employees, but this new working space will allow that number to grow to 160 when they make the transition this March or April.

For those that don't know, Telltale was first founded back in 2004 and has fought to keep the adventure genre alive with a number noteworthy games like the Sam & Max series as well as the aforementioned The Walking Dead episodic collection.

Which reminds me, if you haven't already done so, please play The Walking Dead. I promise you, it's both time and money well spent.

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