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The Wolf Among Us Xbox 360 Season Pass holders to be sent download codes for second episode

Friday, 7th February 2014 01:56 GMT By Brenna Hillier

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 download codes will be sent to Xbox 360 Season Pass purchasers affected by a bug denying them access to this second Bigby outing.

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“All The Wolf Among Us Season Pass owners will be sent Xbox 360 console system message codes that will allow them to download episode 2 for no additional charge,” TellTale confirmed on its forums.

“If you intended to buy a Season Pass for The Wolf Among Us, but haven’t yet, you can continue to do so. New Season Pass purchasers will also receive codes by console system message while the title update is in progress.

“Please note there may be a delay of up to 48 hours in receiving the console system message for new Season Pass purchases made prior to the title update release.”

Instructions on redeeming the code are available through the link above.

TellTale is, in the meantime, working with Microsoft to deliver an update fixing the error.

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 2 – Smoke and Mirrors is available on Mac, PC and PlayStation 3 in addiiton to Xbox 360. Vita and iOS release dates are yet to be confirmed. Dave found Smoke and Mirrors a bit slow to get going but enjoyed the pay-off immensely.

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  1. angry_nation

    ep2 was one where i felt my choices rarely had any effect on the outcome, bit of a tepid pace, but still enjoyed it nonetheless.

    i was one that had the code sent to me via the xmsg. can’t remember if it was late fri or early sat, but eventually got to play it…season passes underwhelm once again

    btw, really not digging the site lately, it’s borderline broken. logging in is a pain, search functionality is limited, and i find myself coming here less and less.
    editing comments?
    forums?
    sorting search results?
    mobile friendly layout (it is and i’m not fond of it)
    further ‘media integration’ with links to stories like “8 Rumored Gay Celebs Who Came Out” and “7 Famous Songs That Don’t Mean What You Think” …….. REALLY?!

    is this the gawker media network? please, don’t try to be like kotaku or the others, you guys were the best when the design was your own. i don’t believe the site needed an overhaul to look like so many others, just a fresh coat of paint, like so many of our HD collections for consoles.

    this is in no way disparaging to the staff, just whomever was involved with the decisionmaking on site design. if that actually was the whole staff, then… i have no words

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