It’s been almost a year since the shut down of Telltale games and now the profound gaming company LCG entertainment is planning to relaunch the eminent game. The company has bought the assets of the games, and the company now owns the trademarks, selective intellectual properties, and technology of the games previous owners. This new company will release the game with the studio’s back catalog & also some other titles (based on previous Telltale’s famous brand names).
The Telltale games are now handled by the experienced experts of the industry, they are Brian Waddle and Jamie Ottilie, who have a lot of experience in the mobile gaming and technical aspects. The game was ceased from it’s functioning in September last year, and now the company will be reassembled in Malibu, California. Ottilie has previously worked on some licensed games like Hotel Transylvania 2, Duck Dynasty and Power Rangers Legends and he was the CEO of the Galaxy Pest Control. On the other hand, Waddle has managed marketing and sales for that Havok game engine and worked with Intel and Microsoft.
Ottilie also said that they would be hiring previous workers of Telltale games as freelancers and later maybe as permanent workers. He also revealed that now they own the rights of games such as Puzzle Agent and also of The Wolf Among Us and Batman. Previously when the news of the closing of the game came out, that time the company was working on The Wolf Among Us’s sequel (the announcement was made by the company in 2017).
On the other hand, a lawsuit has been filed against the previous studio or makers of the games, but it will not affect the new owners. The details and further information about the re-release of the Telltale will most probably be coming out in the upcoming weeks, according to the company.