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Tags: Broken Roads; Drop Bear Bytes; Versus Evil

The upcoming Australian post-apocalyptic RPG Broken Roads made an appearance during the latest Media Indie Exchange event this week. Narrated by game director Craig Ritchie, the three minute overview showcases how the game has evolved since it was announced back in 2019. As was already apparent in last year's Gamescom trailer, the visuals and overall production quality have received a serious upgrade. The game's turn-based combat system has been overhauled to fit with the new visual style and is no longer grid-based.

Broken Roads doesn't have a launch date yet but is scheduled for release sometime this year.

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