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More The Walking Dead games set for release

Another series of Telltale's The Walking Dead video games are set to be made, along with a new first-person shooter from Activision based on the hit TV show.

Telltale Games has revealed that there will be at least one further season of its critically acclaimed The Walking Dead video games, while Activision plans to make a first-person shooter based on the hit TV show.

The episodic series of games by developers Telltale will feature five titles in the first series, with a second season to follow afterwards.

Fans of the games can also expect to get their hands on a retail copy of the game once the fifth episode is out, a move the developer has taken before with its episodic Sam and Max titles.

So far only two of the games have been released, A New Day and Starved for Help, with the latest made available to download at the end of June. The third episode, Long Road Ahead, is expected at some point in August.

Telltale's episodic games are based more on the original comic books than the TV series. However, Activision is hoping to pay greater homage to the well-received post-apocalyptic zombie-horror show after picking up a separate licence. According to IGN, the publisher has put Terminal Reality, the developers of Ghostbusters: The Video Game, in charge the forthcoming first person shooter.

The game will follow a separate story set before the TV series. It will focus on the character Daryl Dixon and his brother Merle as they aim to find their way to the supposed safe haven of Atlanta, Georgia, the setting for much of the first series.

Players will have the choice between a stealthy approach or simply taking on the zombies that stand in their way guns a blazing.

"No place is truly safe for Daryl as he makes his way through the Georgia countryside in this new, post-apocalyptic world," said a statement by Activision.

Managing supplies will be a key part of the title, with food and ammunition short, and Daryl and Merle can expect to encounter plenty of other characters along the way who may help or hinder their progress.

The game is expected to hit shop shelves next year.ADNFCR-1220-ID-801409489-ADNFCR