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King’s Quest: Rubble Without a Cause is Available Now!

The next chapter in the King's Quest saga has arrived.

By Josh_Engen_ on December 15, 2015
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Dust off those feathered hats, adventurers. The second chapter in King Graham’s mythic tale has arrived. King’s Quest: Rubble Without a Cause is now available on Xbox One and Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. But before you crack those knuckles and start searching for dragons, check out the launch trailer.

In the first chapter, the future king of Daventry hadn't achieved his legendary status yet. In fact, he was a softhearted soul who suffered from bouts of anxiety. He definitely wasn't the kind of person that we would normally associate with kingliness, but what he lacked in confidence, he made up for in wisdom, strength, and compassion. And Graham’s story was far from over.

Chapter two’s narrative catches up with Graham soon after he’s taken over Daventry’s throne. He walks a little taller, and he has a little more facial hair, but his newfound responsibilities are already overwhelming. And when a mischievous horde of goblins imprisons the people of Daventry, Graham will need to put aside his fear in order to be the hero that his friends need. But will he be able to save them all?

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King’s Quest: Rubble Without a Cause is available now and can be found on the Xbox Marketplace, PlayStation Store, and Steam. If you purchased King’s Quest: The Complete Collection or the King’s Quest Season Pass, you should be able to download your copy through the in-game “Chapters” menu.

As if Chapter Two’s release weren’t enough, PlayStation owners have another reason to celebrate. King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember is currently available through Sony’s PlayStation Plus program. So, if you own a PS4, simply log into the PlayStation Store and collect your very own copy of Graham’s first adventure.

Don’t forget to follow Sierra on Facebook and Twitter for updates, concept art, screenshots, and an endless stream of puns.

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