Originally announced way back in August 2017 to be released in early 2018, publisher Annapurna Interactive confirmed via tweet how long it had been expected Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition finally arrives on the switch on 28th Jan.
Containing all five episodes of point-and-click adventure, TV Edition was based on the completion of the fifth and final act. Although it looks like it took longer than expected, the wait is over and soon we will get the chance to play the whole game on the switch (and on some consoles).
The console version includes all five actions, with Interludes being upgraded to computer cardboard between the main installations. Combining elements of magical realism with intriguing visuals and writing, the game follows the journey of a truck driver Conway was a journey along Route Zero completing a meeting and meeting strangers. The first two episodes were released in quick succession back in 2013, followed by another in 2014 and four in 2016.
With Act V apparently ending Conroy's adventure, it was a long journey for fans who were there at first, but the game's activists were grouped in a way that showed that the wait would be worth it for the console. We'll be discussing the game when it's ready, so keep an eye out for our decision at the end of the month.
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