Telltale Games anticipated that A House Divided would bring an old character into the play and for months, players tried to preview which character was going to effectively return. But the second episode released early this month is filled with stunning revelations and shocking facts. From the beginning of the episode until its very end, players get to know more about the new group. Secrets and confidences are inevitably unveiled.
Despite the huge amount of revelations, I’ve selected and ordered the most significant ones according to its value and impact. Let us know about your personal top revelation list in A House Divided.
Kenny’s return was a huge surprise for many fans. After all, he was presumed dead since Season 1. In fact, his chances of survival were minimal. Apparently, luck was on his side and he managed to escape the horde surrounding him. Another surprising fact is that Kenny is not just alive; he was able to move on and start over with his new girlfriend Sarita. It’s hard to believe, especially after all we’ve seen in Season 1, where Kenny seemed to have lost it all upon realizing that his wife and son were gone.
2. Alvin is Not the Biologic Father of Rebecca’s Child
During the first episode of Season 2, something was really devious about Rebecca’s attitude and her pregnancy. Now, it has been revealed that her husband Alvin is not the biologic father of her child. Apparently, she had a short affair with Carver but things ended as quickly as they started. Carver wants to claim his father rights and has been chasing the whole group for months. It all seems righteous, except he’s a mad man and a cold blood killer.
A few weeks before the second episode’s release, Telltale announced that A House Divided would have a slight connection with the game’s DLC, 400 Days. And now we know in which way. Bonnie was a significant character during the DLC and she’s back as an antagonist in the second season. She’s part of Carver’s team and she seems to be skilled at espionage.
Carver was mentioned in the first episode as a possible enemy of the cabin group but now it has become clear that he’ll be the prime villain for a while. The cabin group used to be part of Carver’s community but for some reason they ran away. I suppose the main reason lays on Carver’s madness and his obsession with Rebecca’s pregnancy.
5. Matthew Was Part of the Ski Lodge Group
Nick accidentally kills a man when the group attempts to cross the mountain bridge. Later on, it’s revealed that the random male killed was indeed Matthew, a close friend of Walter from the Ski Lodge group. The revelation is quite subtle. Clementine suspects this fact when she finds a peach can in the kitchen that looks the same as the one she found in the smaller cabin.