Annapurna Interactive already has a rather impressive portfolio of indie titles to its credit. After launching its first title – What Remains of Edith Finch, which we gave a perfect score – a few months ago, it lost no time in adding another notable title to its repertoire: Cardboard Computer's Kentucky Route Zero.

Kentucky Route Zero is an adventure game in the old Lucasarts style, but with an emphasis on narrative and atmosphere over traditional puzzle solving. The game's hypnotic atmosphere, incredible storytelling, and perfect music all create a remarkable title. It's been on Steam for a few years now, but being an episodic release, only four of the planned five episodes have currently released. The console version will change that. The so-called 'TV Edition' is going to ship with all of the episodes, as well as all of the interludes – little one-offs that Cardboard Computer made in between release of episodes – from day one. It's due out in early 2018.

This is a really exciting title to be making its way over to the PS4. In fact, this title is this writer's favorite game of all time, so we're pretty excited to see this making its way over to console. Do you feel the same way? Let us know in the comments.