AMC announced today that it will release a new mobile game for The Walking Dead early next year alongside season 5 of the hit TV show. The TV network is teaming up with Next Games to develop the title and today shared the first trailer for the game that it plans to show off at Comic Con International later this month.

The game, titled The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land, will allow players to experience the world of the iconic show through gameplay exclusively developed for smartphones and tablet devices. Developed by Next Games in close collaboration with AMC, the game will feature themes familiar to the TV series, where characters fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic, walker-infested world. A recurring theme of choosing the right survival strategy and making the most human choices possible is at the heart of the first-of-its-kind game.

Telltale games already publishes a game based on universe of The Walking Dead comic book series, but this is AMC’s first official game based on its TV show version of the franchise. It isn’t, however, sharing many details on what we can expect from gameplay other than the description above or specifics on platforms.

The Walking Dead Season 5 is coming this October and the game, The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land, will hit smartphones and tablets early next year when the mid-season premiere of Season 5 airs.

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3 Responses to “AMC debuts trailer for ‘The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land’ mobile game arriving w/ season 5”

  1. Ugh, a straight rip-off of the trailer UBI made for its Zombie U on Wii U.


  2. AMC should team up with Telltale Games to replace the show’s writers with Telltale Games’. Seriously, recent seasons of the show, IMO, have been quite mediocre and the adventure game series has been SO much better.


  3. lexxkoto says:

    This won’t be as good as the Telltale games. I guarantee it. The Telltale games will psychologically scar you.

    I actually cried when [spoiler] showed up again in season 2. And I happily watched him kill [spoiler] in the next episode.