Telltale Games is a bit wary talking about "Game of Thrones" Season 2 when they are not even halfway with their current projects. But in order to address some lingering questions about the game, Telltales' Job Stauffer shed some light on the delayed release of the second season. In his interview on the Eurogamer, he said that in between working with three other titles, it's impossible for the team to work on GoT at the moment. Moreover, he also mentioned that they welcome the break from the game in order to analyze the TV series' outcome and work their storyline from there.

Eurogamer has prodded the developer to tell more about "Game of Thrones" Season 2 but he refused to say anything about its story concept. At one point during the interview, he even asked whether the recorder has been turned off. Did he meant to say more, but didn't want fans to speculate about it?

Collaboration with Nintendo Switch

Stauffer and his team are currently working on "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Minecraft: Story Mode," and "Batman: The Enemy Within." Additionally, the team is also working on porting the "The Walking Dead" and "The Wolf Among Us" to the Nintendo Switch. "The Wolf Among Us," in particular took longer to create as the developer had to adapt with a Season 2 rather than a "self-contained" story.

Both games are expected to arrive on the first and second part of 2018.

What's next in the game developer's game lineup?

Meanwhile, Stauffer denied rumors that the absence of "Tales from the Borderlands" Season 2 is due to poor sales. He further explained that they have not considered working on it because of an agreement with Gearbox who is slated to create the next season.

Gearbox, for those who are not aware, is the original developer of "Borderlands."

Interestingly, Telltale Games is also looking to develop original games instead of developing a game for an existing franchise. According to Stauffer, it will happen in the future. Overall, the developer has some promising games coming for 2018 starting with the second season of Minecraft as well as Batman.

Unfortunately for "The Walking Dead," his thoughts were not for the long term. "If we let it run longer at a certain point it would run into the ground. It's not really common in the games industry for a developer to commit," he added.

Telltale recently went massive with their mobile sales with games including "Back to the Future: The Game" for $1.99, "Jurassic Park: The Game" for $0.99 and much more.