One of Australia’s most highly anticipated game releases would have to be the Fallout-inspired Broken Roads. This Film Vic funded title takes players to a post-apocalyptic outback Australia where they’ll be met by a harsh environment and potentially even harsher moral choices. With an isometric view and turn-based combat, as well as a structured narrative and RPG systems, Broken Roads always looked the business. Now, the Victorian-made title has finally received a solid release date, launching to PC and Xbox platforms on November 14.
A devblog published this morning outlines more details of the game’s forthcoming release.
“It’s been a long time coming, and now we’re two months away from releasing the game we’ve dedicated the last few years of our lives to. Exciting times! Please wishlist Broken Roads on Steam, and join our official Discord to chat to the devs and fellow community members!”
It’s been a long time coming, and now we’re two months away from releasing the game we’ve dedicated the last few years of our lives to. Exciting times!https://t.co/b6J1kIWA2D pic.twitter.com/zVrmRn3erS
— Drop Bear Bytes (@DropBearBytes) September 12, 2023
The game’s new trailer, embedded above, showcases that classic RPG inspiration and detailed Australian landscape. It’s an exciting looking release no doubt, and with a free demo currently available on PC, you can try it yourself to see if the game is right for you. Whilst Broken Roads currently only has a PC and Xbox release date, it’s noted that a Switch and PlayStation version is in the works with info regarding those platform releases upcoming.
Broken Roads is set to launch November 14, 2023 to PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.