Telltale Game Of Thrones Episode 3 Release Date And Launch Trailer: 'A Sword In The Darkness' Hits PC And PS4 Tomorrow [VIDEO]

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Mar 23, 2015 03:13 PM EDT

The next episode in Telltale's Game of Thrones series, Episode 3: The Sword in the Darkness, will be released tomorrow.

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A launch trailer for the episode has been posted, bringing a mix of drama and action--and it looks like there will be more of the latter than we've seen from past episodes. You can watch the new video chronically the next step of House Forrester's journey below.

The Sword in the Darkness will launch tomorrow on PC and Mac via Steam worldwide, as well as PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in North America. On Wednesday, March 25, the episode will hit Xbox One and Xbox 360 worldwide, as well as PS4 and PS3 in Europe. On March 26, Episode 3 will hit mobile devices on both the iOS App Store and Google Play.

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If you're unfamiliar with the fairly new series, the game boasts an original narrative with events that take place in HBO's Game of Thrones universe. The story is set around the end of Season 3, with its own characters that interact with and come across those in the TV series. Developer Telltale is releasing the season in episodic format, as it does with its The Walking Dead, Tales from the Borderlands, and The Wolf Among Us adaptations. The game is played from the perspective of five different characters from House Forrester, a canon Game of Thrones family barely mentioned in the show or books that serves as the main focus of this adventure.

The first episode released in December, and the second followed up at the beginning of February. The Sword in the Darkness will continue the events of the first two, of course, and the trailer below doesn't seem to spoil anything, if you're curious enough to watch without having played.

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