New The Walking Dead Collection Trailer and Screenshots Show Off Updated Graphics

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Telltale Games and Skybound Entertainment are going to release The Walking Dead Collection, which bundles all nineteen of the award-winning video game series’ previous episodes together, on December 5. As we are only a few days away from launch, the developers released a new trailer for the game and some new screenshots that show off the remastered graphics of the collection.

The trailer and screenshots specifically compare the two versions of the scene where Lee meets Clementine for the first time in The Walking Dead: Season One. In a blog post on their website, Telltale delves into what exactly they improved with the collection. This includes revamping texture details by creating high-resolution meshes, adding more objects with greater detail to scenes, and reworked lighting. The article also reveals that the UI of the original games has been updated to match what was present in The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. 

For those of you who aren’t aware, The Walking Dead Collection puts all nineteen episodes from The Walking Dead: Season One, 400 Days, The Walking Dead: Season Two, The Walking Dead: Michonne, and The Walking Dead: A New Frontier on one disc for $49.99 on PS4 and Xbox One. Outside of The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, which released quite recently, all of the other titles received the aforementioned visual enhancements.

You can check out the new comparison trailer and screenshots below. The Walking Dead Collection is set to release on PS4 and Xbox One on December 5.



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