Kentucky Route Zero Act II is suddenly out now

Tom Sykes at

The second episode of Cardboard Computer's sorta-adventure-game has finally released, only a month or so after it was originally supposed to. The devs marked the occasion by shouting from the rooftops and releasing a series of fireworks - oh, they issued a quiet tweet instead. If you own the game on Steam, you should find that it's automatically been updated to include its second act; if you bought it via other means, you've likely just been handed a download link. Either way, the subterranean Kentucky Route Zero has just been excavated a little more, though it's probably just as opaque as ever.

You'll find the episodic series on Steam right here, where it's only available in bulk, with all five episodes (including the three future acts) setting you back £18.99. There's also a sort of related interactive art exhibition called Limits and Demonstrations, which like all good art (and, well, all bad and mediocre art) is open to interpretation.

Cheers, RPS.