Kentucky Route Zero Die TV
The notorious adventure game will come to the market this month.
7 years are a long time, no matter how they cut it. Episodic games had problems since it became a trend to come out punctually, but even the lateest titles did not run for so long. But Kentucky Route Zero is by no means an ordinary game. After 7 years of waiting, the last episode of the game will finally be published, along with a TV edition for current consoles.
The game follows a furniture supplier, which is located in a surreal adventure in which he meets with a home-looking repair woman, two robot musicians and a variety of other strange characters. The old point-and-click adventure game of the school was notorious for the massive delays that it suffered. The first episode was already published on January 7, 2013. As you can see on the official Twitter below, the game will finally end with the TV edition and also appear on the consoles.
The TV edition of Kentucky Route Zero will be released at the same time with the last episode of the game on the PC for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch on January 28th. All five episodes and all between series published between series will be included.
Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition Will Be Coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One on January 28th. https://t.co/i7gh6v6kg8 pic.twitter.com/oogwo6tcx
- Annapurna Interactive (@a i) January 7, 2020
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