Today, German developers King Art have released the point-and-click adventure game The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 for PC.
The new trailer sings a song to mock annoying extras in games that are often complained about in the free to play universe. It sings proudly that there will be no microtransactions, no pay-to-win and no "always online" requirement. Once you own the game, it is yours to play, whenever you like.
The game is now available via Steam and GOG.com. The physical Almanac Edition is also available, containing a 104-page art book, a making-of DVD, an orchestral soundtrack CD, a double-sided poster, and exclusive in-game "Color Your Critter" content.