The Wolf Among Us 2 announced (again) at The Game Awards 2019

The Wolf Among Us 2 is alive once again as a new trailer reannounced the game at The Game Awards. Telltale, in its new reborn form, showed a mysterious trailer at the show confirming the game’s revival but did not give many details. It will be coming to “consoles” as well as the PC via the Epic Games Store.

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The trailer showed (or didn’t show, rather) Snow White talking to Bigby, the returning protagonist, who will still be voiced by the gruff Adam Harrington. AdHoc Studio is helping develop this game alongside Telltale which is odd considering that Adhoc is made up of former Telltale staff.

The Wolf Among Us 2 was originally announced in July 2017 canceled back when the studio closed in 2018. It was presumed dead until the studio was resurrected in an unorthodox way in August 2019. CEO of LCG Entertainment and Telltale Jamie Ottilie talked a little bit about the new game and Telltale.

The Wolf Among Us is one of the most popular titles in the Telltale catalog, so we are thrilled to announce that development on Wolf 2 has again started and assure all of the series’ fans that it is in good hands,” said Ottilie. “Partnering with AdHoc Studio enables us to work with many of the key creative and development talent from the original Wolf series while strategically growing the new Telltale.”

Along with Harrington, Erin Yvette is voicing Snow White again. And since AdHoc is made up of former directors, Nick Herman and Dennis Lenart and writer Pierre Shorette will be returning to work on the series. The composer Jared Emerson-Johnson will be doing the score as he did with the first game. Telltale Game’s former VP of Engineering, Zac Litton, is also now CTO at the company.