The Walking Dead: 400 Days launching this week on PSN, XBLA, PC

The Walking Dead: 400 Days, the episode that bridges the gap between seasons 1 and 2 of Telltale Games' adventure game series, will be released this week on PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade, and Windows PC, reports IGN.

The PSN version will be available July 2 in North America and July 10 in Europe, while the episode will be released July 3 on Windows and Mac via Steam and the Telltale Games Store. The XBLA version will be available worldwide this Friday, July 5, and the game will launch July 11 on iOS.

Telltale announced during E3 that the PS Vita version of 400 Days will be released in August alongside a bundle featuring a PS Vita, the entire first season of The Walking Dead and the 400 Days episode.

Since 400 Days is technically downloadable content for season 1, you'll need to at least own the first episode in order to play it. Telltale confirmed on Twitter that owners of the retail disc version of The Walking Dead will need to keep the disc in the drive in order to play the transitional episode.

You can check out three screenshots from 400 Days above, and the announcement trailer below.

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