King’s Quest Chapter 2: Rubble Without A Cause

King’s Quest’s Debut Chapter Is Free On PlayStation 4 With PlayStation Plus This Month

Sierra has announced today that King’s Quest: Rubble Without a Cause, the second chapter of the new King’s Quest, is expected to launch worldwide on 16th December on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows PC via Steam.

In this latest page in the acclaimed reimagining of the classic adventure gaming series, King Graham takes players back to his first test as ruler of Daventry. When a band of goblins holds the kingdom hostage, a newly crowned and ill-equipped Graham must lead a daring rescue to free his people and prove himself the leader they deserve. But the choices he makes along the way may have dire consequences for those most counting on him.


In addition, King’s Quest’s first chapter, King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember, is free to download on the PlayStation 4 system from the PlayStation Store throughout December starting today for PlayStation Plus members.

Developed by The Odd Gentlemen, the new King’s Quest is a five-chapter journey that rekindles the timeless spirit of curiosity and wit the series was founded on over 30 years ago. As an aging King Graham looks back on a life of trials and triumphs with his precocious granddaughter, Gwendolyn, players will experience firsthand the untold puzzles, places and personalities of his incredible life.

King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember, King’s Quest : The Complete Collection (a bundle* including all five chapters and a bonus playable story epilogue) and the King’s Quest™ Season Pass (a bundle* containing Chapters 2-5) are now available through the PlayStation Store, Xbox Games Store and Steam.

*Subsequent chapters and epilogue may be downloaded in-game upon individual release.

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