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Post-apocalypse RPG Broken Roads releases in November on PC and Xbox

Switch and PlayStation versions "coming soon".

Broken Roads party of three exploring an orange-hued post-apocalyptic setting with destroyed buildings and cars
Image credit: Versus Evil

Developer Drop Bear Bytes has announced its post-apocalyptic RPG Broken Roads will be out on 14th November.

We got our first look at Broken Roads a couple of years ago, when it was aiming for a 2022 release. The game's launch was pushed back a year, during which Drop Bear Bytes partnered with publisher Versus Evil.

Inspired by classic single-player CRPGs, Broken Roads follows a group of companions as they make their way across a post-apocalyptic imagining of Australia.

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The game's vibes look like an early Fallout game set in Australia, whilst the morality system is reminiscent of Disco Elysium's Political Alignment mechanic. Decisions made will affect a character's Moral Compass - divided into Utilitarianism, Nihilism, Machiavellianism, and Humanism philosophies - which in turn will affect what actions they can choose in future.

A demo for Broken Roads on Steam is already live if you fancy giving it a try.

Broken Roads will launch on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/s on 14th November. Versions of the game for Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PS5 are currently in development and more information on when they'll release is "coming soon", Drop Bear Bytes.

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