Leading developer and publisher of digital entertainment, Telltale Games, in cooperation with DC Entertainment, announced the release of ‘Cry Wolf,’ the season finale of The Wolf Among Us, licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The episode is available now on Xbox Games Store for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft worldwide, the PlayStation®Network worldwide for PlayStation 3, and on PC and Mac worldwide from the Telltale Online Store and other digital outlets, including Steam. It will also be coming to the App Store as an in-app purchase for compatible iOS devices on Thursday, July 10th.
A consistent New York Times bestseller, ‘FABLES’ is written by Bill Willingham and is one of DC Entertainment’s longest-running series published under its Vertigo imprint since 2002. With over a dozen Eisner Awards, including Best Writer, Best New Series, and numerous wins for Best Serialized Story, the FABLES universe has become one of the richest mythologies in the world of comics, imagining that characters like Snow White, The Big Bad Wolf and Pinocchio from the world’s most beloved storybooks are real – Real, and living among us, with all of their powers intact.
Set prior to the events seen in the first issue of the FABLES comic book series, The Wolf Among Us puts players in the role of Bigby Wolf, a man once more infamously known as The Big Bad Wolf. Now the sheriff of a hidden community in New York City, exiled from the land of fairy tales, Bigby is tasked by the bureaucrat Snow White to keep order within a society of mythical creatures and characters trying to remain undetected in the world of the mundane. From a chain-smoking member of ‘The Three Little Pigs,’ to a slippery Mr. Toad itching for his next wild ride, The Wolf Among Us examines the lives of beings straight from the pages of myth and lore, now trying to survive on the meanest and most run-down streets of New York.
The Wolf Among Us: Episode Five – ‘Cry Wolf’ is rated ‘M’ (Mature) for Intense Violence, Blood and Gore, Sexual Themes, Partial Nudity, Strong Language, and Use of Tobacco by the ESRB.