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Experience the exciting universe of The Expanse like never before in Telltale’s latest adventure, The Expanse: A Telltale Series. Follow Cara Gee, who reprises her role as Camina Drummer, and explore the dangerous and uncharted edges of The Belt aboard the The Artemis. From scavenging wrecked ships in a zero-g environment, to surviving a mutiny, to combating fearsome pirates, you make the difficult choices and reveal Camina Drummer’s resolve in this latest Telltale adventure.


The Story

It follows the show, you get to experience Camina Drummer’s life (with Cara Gee reprising her role from the show) – and it all takes place before the events in season one.
It was humbling and fantastic to work with the series creators. We shared our initial plot and they not only gave great direction, their suggestions found their way into the final game. It also gave us the chance to flesh out parts of the canon that hadn’t been approached before.
No. In fact, we wanted to make something that was the perfect on-ramp for anyone unfamiliar with The Expanse. The nice thing about this taking place prior to the events in season one of the show is that you can start fresh, but you’ll obviously get even more out of the game if you’ve seen the Amazon Prime series.
Yes, bosmang. Nothing more we can say beyond that at this time. You’ve gotta play to find out!

The Game Episodes

Our new games are episodic, but there’s one huge difference: We’ve changed how we’re developing games on the back end so we can release seasons much quicker than in the past. We can guarantee that the remaining episodes will launch every two weeks after Episode One launches on July 27th.
Think of it like your favorite show. You watch an episode, you talk about it with your friends and wonder what’ll happen next. Then, a week-or-so later, the next episode is there. That is what we want to tap into with our games. Having a much shorter wait between episodes (two weeks) makes that possible.
No, we’re keeping it simple. While we are releasing the season in episode form (bi-weekly, starting July 27th!), we are only selling the whole season together. The only options are Standard Edition or a Deluxe Edition that comes with an additional DLC episode that we will reveal more about at a later date.

The New Gameplay

It’s an evolution of what we’ve done in the past. To convey the vastness of space — and it really is such a huge component of the show — we factor in things like gravity. Floating in zero-g, walking on walls and new ways to navigate open up exploration unlike old games. 
We now design the entire season up front, so we are mapping out the story and creating different paths throughout. It’s not just the conversation choices you make, it’s the things you discover while exploring the episodes that uncover different paths.
Let’s put it this way: By the end of Season 1, everyone except one person could live…or…everyone but one person could die. It all depends on how you play.

Technical Details

The first episode launches July 27th 2023! Following episodes release every two weeks after the first one goes live. So, we’ve got your August and September plans covered.
The Expanse: A Telltale Series is set to launch on  Xbox One / X|S , Playstation 5 / Playstation 4, and PC (on PC, it is a limited timed exclusive for Epic Games Store). 
You can pre-order the game right here:!
Those five extra dollars cover an additional DLC episode after the season is done. While we can’t go into detail about what’s happening in that extra episode quiiite yet, you’ll want to stay tuned for that one.
If you can’t wait to get started exploring, you can play the game early! For Playstation and PC gamers that pre-order the game, you get early access to the first episode 24 hours before it goes live on July 27th 2023.
Besides spoken English (and some Lang Belta), the current languages are supported in subtitles: French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese.
For The Expanse: A Telltale Series, we have a number of features to accommodate a variety of needs and preferences. You can turn on advance warnings for sudden bright lights, loud noises and intense action moments, and can toggle waypoints to always be displayed. You can choose to have an extra confirmation for major plot choices and can lengthen – or completely turn off – the action event timer. There are also a number of different color filters which can be applied. We want you to be able to experience this story in a way that’s comfortable for you!
Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 10 64-bit Operating System (32-bit operating systems not supported)
AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.40 GHz / Intel Core i5-2300, 2.80 GHz
18GB Storage
DirectX Version 11
Radeon HD 7790, 2 GB / GeForce GTX 750Ti, 2 GB
Recommended System Requirements:
Windows 10 64-bit Operating System
AMD FX-8350, 4.00 GHz / Intel Core i5-3470, 3.20 GHz
20GB Storage
DirectX Version 11
Radeon RX 590, 8 GB / GeForce GTX 1060, 6 GB
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