BROFORCE Hits Steam This Summer

Devolver Digital and Free Lives announced that BROFORCE will be coming on PC and consoles this Summer. As its press release reads, BROFORCE will bring the shock and awe as gamers across the globe take control of an under-funded, over-powered paramilitary organization dealing exclusively in excessive force.

BROFORCE will support co-op with up to four players, locally and online, in a non-stop, explosive run ‘n’ gun action. Players will adapt their tactics as they select bros from a massive roster of true 80’s and 90s action heroes, each with unique weapons and abilities.

Set off incredible chain reactions of fire, napalm and limbs in the name of freedom. Then, as the dust settles, face off against each other in one of many competitive modes. Finally gain closure by answering important life questions that have been keeping you up at night: who would win in a flex-off between the Brominator and Brobocop?

Devolver Digital CFO Fork Parker, said:

“Broforce is sure to put hair on your chest, regardless of gender, and give your neck that thick, tree stump look that is coveted by all true bros.”

In addition to the campaign and multiplayer modes in Broforce, more creative bros will be able to use the level editor to create and share their own custom playgrounds of destruction just to watch their friends tear it apart in the name of freedom and democracy.

Evan Greenwood, Director at Free Lives, added:

“We’re elated to find a publisher with enough luscious chest hair and neck girth to match up with Broforce.”

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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