Game of Thrones: Telltale Games Releases New Teaser

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Telltales Games' Game of Thrones has a new teaser. It tells us more about what to expect in the first chapter of the title. But, like the past teasers, it leaves many questions unanswered.

"There's squids in the men Wolfswood, and flayed men ride the Kingsroad," is the quote featured in the teaser. And it's from George R.R. Martin's A Storm of Swords.

There has been speculation that the game will feature the mysterious Forrester clan. But "an unnamed member of clan Liddle" spoke the teased quote from A Storm of Swords, according to IGN.

Several media outlets speculate that the game will take place in the North. In addition, its plot is likely to be about Stannis Baratheon's intervention in the region.

"Asha of House Greyjoy who spoke the quote in the game's first tease, which referenced Stannis' war in the north," IGN writes. "This third quote also references that war in two ways.

First, it mentions the 'flayed men' of House Bolton, who sparked turmoil in the North. Second, the Liddles eventually join with Stannis in his war to win the North."

It has been confirmed that Game of Thrones will launch before the end of this year. So we are likely to get more answers soon.

But that doesn't change the fact that Telltale is doing a good job at keeping everything secret.

For more about Telltale's Game of Thrones, visit its official website here.

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