Following the February launch of Episode 2, the third installment of Telltale’s Game of Thrones is making its way to Android on Thursday, March 26th. Entitled “The Sword in the Darkness”, Mira is caught up in politics in King’s Landing and Asher heads to Mereen to scope out an army to battle the Whitehills. Meanwhile in Ironrath, Gryff Whitehill continues to push the Forresters in an attempt to prove himself.

Here’s what you can expect from the new installment in March:

Asher, the exile, heads to Mereen in search of an army to take on the Whitehills. Meanwhile, far across land and sea in Westeros, Mira must deal with the lethal politics of King’s Landing. Her family’s safety is paramount and she will do anything to protect them, but nothing is given freely, and her choice of allies may soon come to haunt her. To the north, in Ironrath, the Whitehill occupation continues. Gryff Whitehill, fourth-born son, is out to prove himself, and brutality and violence grows daily, pushing the Forresters to make far-reaching decisions. Finally, at the Wall, Gared learns that he must head north if he is to help his house survive. But fate is cruel, forcing choices that will change his path forever.

Take a look at the screenshots below for more details:

The first two episodes of Game of Thrones are currently available in the Google Play Store for $4.99 a piece. The third episode will be available for the same price, and can be downloaded via an in-app purchase.

If you’re interested in experiencing any of these games on another system, The Sword in the Darkness is available starting today on PC/Mac worldwide and on the PS4 and PS3 in North America. The game will launch on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 worldwide on March 25th, as well as on the PS4 and PS3 in Europe. If you’ve never played the Telltale’s Game of Thrones and you’re a fan of the HBO series, you’re missing out. The games throw in a few extra characters that aren’t in the show, but all of your favorite characters can still be found in the game.

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