Comic-Con 2017 hasn't even officially kicked off yet since that takes place tomorrow, but that has not stopped Telltale Games from bringing out their big announcements during today's previews. The company announced season two of 'The Wolf Among Us' and 'Batman: The Telltale Series', as well as the fourth and final season of 'The Walking Dead.'

'The Wolf Among Us' season two

Telltale Games has announced that 'The Wolf Among Us' season two will be coming in 2018. This comes following a long wait for fans who were unsure if a season two would happen, since season one ended back in July 2014.

In the brief teaser that was shown for the game, it was confirmed that Adam Harrington and Erin Yvette would return to reprise their roles as Bigby and Snow respectively. Telltale also said that said that season two would be, “a new story, a new mystery, an all new set of stakes.”

'Batman: The Enemy Within'

Telltale Games also announced the second season of their 'Batman' series, which will be called 'Batman: The Enemy Within.' Episode one is titled 'The Enigma' and will be releasing on Xbox One, PS4, and PC on August 8th. Versions for iOS and Android will be releasing later in 2017.

Troy Baker will be returning to play the role of Batman and Bruce Wayne. It was revealed that season one character John Doe will return as an early version of the Joker with Anthony Ingruber playing him.

A brief trailer was shown of the game that also confirmed an appearance by The Riddler. Season one of 'Batman' ended in December 2016.

'The Walking Dead' season four

Lastly, Telltale Games announced season four of its most popular and well-known series, 'The Walking Dead.' However, they also confirmed that the upcoming season would be the last in the series, bring the story of Clementine to an end.

The brief behind the scene video that was shown confirmed to fans that Clementine would once again be the main character, with voice actress Melissa Hutchison reprising the role. The game will be coming to Xbox One, PS4, PC, iOS, and Anrdioa but no release date or window was mentioned.

Season one of the 'The Walking Dead' came out back in 2012 and proved to be a smash hit for the company.

Season three of the series, which was called 'The Walking Dead: A New Frontier' wrapped up back in May. The series has also spawned a standalone episode called '400 Days', which came out in 2013, as well as a spinoff miniseries centering around Michonne which came out last year.