After The Walking Dead’s runaway success, Telltale is expanding, and will be relocating to larger office in the new year.
The North Bay Business Journal reports TellTale has signed a lease on a 22,000 square foot office previously occupied by Autodesk, as it makes room for its constantly growing staff.
The new studio has room for up to 160 employees, which the San Rafael-based TellTale believes will meet its needs over the next few years. The company currently employs 125 staff, almost double its workforce of two years ago, and will move to the new space in March next year.
Telltale was founded in 2004 and became popular by producing quality licensed titles such as Sam & Max series, CSI, Wallace & Gromit, and more recently Jurassic Park and Back to the Future. It’s latest, The Walking Dead, has been a monumental hit for the young developer.
The Walking Dead Episode 5 saw a release on November 20th in US, followed by a simultaneous release on every other platform on the 21st of the same month in Europe.