The Wolf Among Us – Episode 3 Is Now Available

Good news for fans of The Wolf Among Us as Telltale Games and DC Entertainment today announced the release of ‘A Crooked Mile,’ the third of five episodes of The Wolf Among Us. This episode is now available on most platforms and will be also coming to the App Store as an in-app purchase for compatible iOS devices later this week.

Dan Connors, CEO and Co-Founder of Telltale Games, said:

“We last left players within the darkest and seediest parts of Fabletown, uncovering a clue to the recent murders that left the life of the community’s most trusted figure in the balance. In ‘A Crooked Mile,’ time is running out and Bigby is just steps behind the prime suspect of a horrific crime scene, but he’s not the only one – other forces in Fabletown will stop at nothing to protect their interests. The clock is ticking, and every decision matters in an episode that brings players one step closer to catching a brutal killer.”

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.

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