It was one of the first notable games backed off Kickstarter to gain traction among gamers and the media, but Kentucky Route Zero's opaque charms have remained incomplete for a while.
Two of the game's five acts are yet to be released, which is a bit frustrating for people who have been waiting since Feburary 2013 when the first act was released. But on Twitter the developer has announced that the fourth act will be enroute to the internet very, very soon.
Cardboard Computer hasn't announced precisely when it'll be made available, but they tweeted out recently as a reminder and shared a screenshot from the fourth act, which you can see above.
Act IV is almost done! Excited to share it soon.
— cardboard computer (@cardboardcompy) November 24, 2015
Kentucky Route Zero is an unusual point-and-click adventure game and the third act was one of Kotaku US's favourite games of last year. Chris Person wrote about the original chapter before its release in 2013 and why you should explore its odd charms. It's currently on sale for $17.22 as well, which undoubtedly helps.