Top 5 moments from The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2

- The Walking Dead: World Beyond _ Season 2, Episode 2 - Photo Credit: Steve Swisher/AMC
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Aliyah Royale as Iris, Annet Mahendru as Huck – The Walking Dead: World Beyond _ Season 2, Episode 6 – Photo Credit: Steve Swisher/AMC /

4. Elton Saves Hope in The Walking Dead: World Beyond

Ever since Hope told Elton that she unintentionally killed his mother and unborn sister when the world was ending, things had been tense between them. The two didn’t have much interaction this season — to begin with.

But when they did see each other at The Perimeter, it’s safe to say Elton could not face her. It wasn’t until towards the end of the season that the two had no choice but to interact, and even then, it was uncomfortable, to say the least.

Which is why it may have been a shock for many to see him take the unexpected empty bite, losing his arm in the process and saving Hope’s life. Since the beginning of the series, Elton believed corduroy was bite-proof; thus, he always wore his corduroy suit.

This time, however, he was not wearing his clothed armor. Between the bite and (thankfully) his recovery, we do not see Elton and Hope interact.

Elton, Asha, and Iris leave the temporary laboratory with The Perimeter towards Portland, while Hope stays behind to work in the lab with her father and the scientists. Will they ever meet again?

Has their friendship been saved by his selfless act?

3. The Walking Dead: World Beyond’s Project V

It was obvious the CRM wasn’t trustworthy, but we didn’t know just how evil they could be. Their planned attack on Omaha and Campus Colony was brutal, and while there were several reasons for it, Project V was still a shocking one.

Turns out in a world full of empties, the scientists still needed more to experiment on. They need to see if it was possible to slow the process in which someone turns after death.

They also studied their movements, which is why many had trackers strapped to their decaying bodies. By using gas, they killed innocent people and used empties breaking through the walls as an excuse for the lives lost.

Even on paper, those were a lot of lives needlessly killed in the name of science. It didn’t take long for our heroes to figure this out and not long after that before the research came to light.

By the end of the series, Portland was the CRM’s next target, but thankfully, their plan was foiled.