According to “multiple sources” close to IGN, it looks as though a Game of Thrones inspired game could be on the way from Telltale Games.

Telltale Games have had a strong history of translating works of fiction from various mediums into story-driven games such as The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us (based upon the Fables series by Vertigo/DC Comics); so it would not be surprising to see them attempt to tackle the popular series

In the report it’s not made clear as to whether the game would be based upon the Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R.R. Martin, or the hit television show inspired by them. In fact, it’s not exactly clear whether nor not the game will be made at all.

When IGN reached out to Senior Vice President of Telltale Games Steve Allison about the rumoured title he had the following to say;

“We get these sorts of rumors about what we could be working on next cropping up all the time. Officially we have no comment.”

Though it seems unlikely that IGN would make a bold claim such as this based without being confident of its authenticity, it’s also apparent that this is by no means an official confirmation.

We want to know what you think. Do you want to see Telltale’s take on Game of Thrones?

Let us know in the comments.


  • Trent Berlinger

    Interesting. This could be pretty cool, as well as seeing what else Telltale will tackle with these kind of games.

  • Tracy Tendean

    WICKA WHUU?! Don’t even put such wonderful ideas and hopes and dreams in my head! TTG GoT would be amazing.

    • Brian Sharon

      I completely agree, especially since I believe that Telltale would treat the source material with respect.

  • Lester Paredes

    Sure, I guess.

  • aros

    I’ve never seen any or ready any GOT so I was hoping it would be something else personally.

  • Please be true!

    Let’s hope the episode writing won’t take as long as George Martin’s book writing.

  • JonofPDX

    This would be fantastic–there is just so much going on off-page/screen in this world it would be a perfect fit. Though I’m just a LITTLE worried that TTG’s trademark humor just wouldn’t work in this setting.