The finale to “Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series” comes out next week, on Nov. 17, with the studio telling fans that the finale is one of the more ambitious episodes made by Telltale. Additionally the final episode, titled “The Ice Dragon,” will be coming out at the same time as the physical release of the episodic game series.

A blog post from Telltale Games stated that this is the first time the finale has ever been released at the same time with the physical release. This is to ensure that anyone planning to picking up the retail copy of “Game of Thrones” won’t get spoiled by those that finish the series early.

It’s an interesting move on the part of Telltale Games and one that many “Game of Thrones” fans might appreciate. A common complaint amongst “Game of Thrones” fans is the rampant spoilers that appear online after an episode has aired.

Telltale’s “Game of Thrones” focuses on House Forrester and takes place in between various episodes of the television series. For authenticity, the game series also features the voices and likeness of several actors from the series, including Emilia Clarke and Peter Dinklage.

To make sure everybody witnesses the finale at the same time, the final episode will be simultaneously released on all platforms. Usually, an episode of “Game of Thrones” first comes to the console and PC versions, before getting release on mobile devices.

Whether the game series gets a second season or not is currently up in the air, according to GameSpot. It seems like critical and fan reaction will determine if “Game of Thrones” gets a second season or not, along with the schedules of the actors from the show.

The first five episodes of “Game of Thrones” are available for download on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Windows PC and Mac OS. These episodes are also available on iOS and Android devices.

All five episodes have been received positively from fans and critics, which aren’t much of a surprise considering how well the other games from the company have fared. Those curious about the series can download the first episode for free on their desired platform.

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Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series - TV Cast Featurette (Credit: YouTube/Telltale Games)