Broken Age Act 2 Out April 28 Alongside PS4, Vita Versions

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Broken Age Act 2 Out April 28 Alongside PS4, Vita Versions.

The second act of Kickstarter-backed adventure game Broken Age is nearing release, and developer Double Fine is marking the occasion by bringing the game to PS4 and PS Vita. The US PlayStation Blog reveals the full release of Broken Age will arrive in North America on the PlayStation Store on the same day that Act 2 launches on PC, Mac and Linux – April 28.

We recently got a first look at the second part of the Kickstarter-funded game, and we learned that the big finale was coming “sometime soon.” Well, we now have a hard date. It’s also worth noting that the game will no longer be considered episodic on PC once the final act releases, as both releases will be merged and sold together as one product. For those unfamiliar with Tim Schafer or his work, he was one of the developers behind the applauded Grim Fandango, which saw a remastered release on PlayStation platforms earlier this year.

During the interview, Famitsu asks the producer if he could share more behind what they aim to do with the new character, Claudio Serafino, the first Italian fighter introduced in the series. The Prinnies are panicking because it seems like they’re about to wipe out, and just as Seraphina was prepared to actually take matters in her own hands, she sees the protagonist Killia appear in the middle of the two groups. Following two teenagers, Shay (Elijah Wood) and Vella (Masasa Moyo), Broken Age tells the beautifully written story of these two as they live seemingly disconnected, yet parallel lives, each trying to break away from the traditions they find so trapping.

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