Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition ESRB Rating Hints at Imminent Release
Looks like the game is finally making its way to consoles
ESRB has suddenly added a page for Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition, a long-time lost game that was first announced back in 2017 and fell off the radar since then. The agency gave the game the Teen rating
You can check out the only trailer of the TV Edition below:
Now, every fan wondering when (and if) TV Edition will ever see the light of day was given new hope, as ESRB rating usually indicates that the game will actually come out sometime soon.
Kentucky Route Zero is an episodic, point-and-click adventure game that was first released in 2013. After the first Act was published, developers from Cardboard Computer released a new chapter every few months, but suddenly stopped with Act IV in July 2016. The story should conclude with Act V that will release alongside the TV Edition.
TV Edition will be a definitive version of the game for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch that includes all acts in one package.
Since this version of the game is published by Annapurna Interactive, it’s not unlikely that it will be an EGS exclusive just like Annapurna’s recent titles Outer Wilds and Journey.