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Liz Maas
Telltale's The Wolf Among Us: Episode 1 Available Friday
Some new media to celebrate the launch.
10.09.13 - 8:07 PM

Telltale's episodic (as always) The Wolf Among Us series is based on Bill Willingham's long-running Fables comic series, in which characters from tales such as Snow White, The Big Bad Wolf and Pinocchio live in our world, with their powers. In the first episode, Bigby Wolf is transplanted into New York City as a cop, and he'll see more of his kind in both friends and foes as he comes across characters from The Three Little Pigs and Mr. Toad.

Below is the launch trailer, and we also have a few new screens and a piece of art in the gallery.

The five-episode first season of The Wolf Among Us will release digitally this Friday, October 11th on the Xbox Games Store, PSN and for PC. While single episodes are $4.99, the PSN season pass will cost $19.99, while the remaining four episodes will cost $14.99 via their own season pass on Xbox. As for PC, Steam, Telltale's online store and other digital outlets will sell the five episodes only as a $24.99 season pass; this will be 10% off if you pre-order by Friday.


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