Telltale Confirms Game of Thrones Season Two is a GoTime to get invested in some characters that are almost certainly going to die.11.27.15 - 6:29 PM
The first season of Telltale's Game of Thrones
just wrapped up with its sixth episode, The Ice Dragon
. There is no rest for the wicked (or good or neutral) and soon players will be taking what's left of their Forrester clan to move on to the second season.
Kevin Bruner, CEO and co-founder of Telltale Games let a few details of the upcoming season slip in a recenter interview with The Hollywood Reporter. He strayed away from plot details but emphasized how much bigger of role player choice will play this time around. He also hints that season one may have just been an appetizer, building up to the true story in season two. Here are the highlights from the interview:
"The questions left on the table at the conclusion of season one, who survived and who didn’t, as well as all the other choices you made play a huge role in the second season. We’ve been planning the second season all along, but I really shouldn’t be revealing more than that."
"Things rarely go well in the Game of Thrones universe, and there is always a price to be paid for playing. Indeed the Forresters did have a very rough time in season one, but there is a larger story to be played out. What may seem like small victories after the downfall of Ironrath are important ones. The choices players make in season one set the stage for what’s to come."
"Just like the show, we knew we had to leave some questions unanswered, while firmly resolving others. We love that different players will end up with different Forresters depending on how they play, and that those decisions will affect how the unanswered questions get resolved. I won’t spoil the details of those for anyone, but I’ll say this: the North Grove must never be lost."
"We’ll continue to have fun with multiple perspectives in season two, but I can’t divulge exactly how right now."
If you haven't finished the first season of Game of Thrones, check out Bob's review of the sixth episode, The Ice Dragon.