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Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition Arrives Later This Month

Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition, the complete version of Cardboard Computer’s atmospheric point-and-click adventure game, will soon be coming consoles.

To coincide with the release of the long-awaited fifth (and final) chapter of Kentucky Route Zero, the brand new TV Edition is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on January 28th. Featuring all acts and interludes of Cardboard Computer’s magical realist adventure, new fans and old will finally be able to experience the full story on either PC or console.

Telling an atmospheric tale surrounding a secret underground highway beneath Kentucky and the eccentric characters who travel it, Kentucky Route Zero is a thoughtful point-and-click adventure game spanning five acts. A haunted obsolete TV repair woman, a child with a giant Eagle companion, and a pair of Robot Musicians are just a few of the characters that you will follow on this journey.

Check out the new TV Edition trailer below, or head over to the game’s Steam Store page for more information. Acts 1-4 of Kentucky Route Zero are available to play right now on PC, so get yourself the Season Pass if you want to catch up before the final chapter drops on January 28th.

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