By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated February 10, 2016 at 02:28 PM EST
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AMC’s The Walking Dead isn’t the only iteration of Robert Kirkman’s hit franchise returning this month. Telltale Games’ critically acclaimed The Walking Dead game series returns with a Michonne-focused miniseries, and players will have the chance to jump into the shoes of the katana-wielding character.

Telltale has announced that the first of three episodes of The Walking Dead: Michonne — A Telltale Miniseries will debut on Feb. 23 on PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3, then Feb. 24 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, and Feb. 25 for iOS and Android devices. The first episode is titled “In Too Deep,” and will be followed by part 2, “Give No Shelter,” in March, with part 3, “What We Deserve” debuting in April. All three episodes together will cost $14.99.

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Voiced by Orange is the New Black‘s Samira Wiley, Michonne’s interactive tale takes place in the world of Kirkman’s comic series and Telltale’s ongoing Walking Dead game, revealing what the character was up to during his disappearance between issues #126 and #139. The debut episode will focus on Michonne as she boards the ship The Companion, meeting Pete and his crew on their coastal hunt for survivors and supplies. The group stumbles upon a horrific massacre, and the floating colony of Monroe, where Michonne may be able to find just who caused all the carnage they have discovered.

For fans interested in seeing more, Telltale will be debuting the first five minutes of the game on its YouTube channel on Feb. 14. Telltale is also set to debut a Batman game series this year, as well as wrap up its ongoing Minecraft: Story Mode series.

The Walking Dead: Michonne

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