Broken Roads feature

Team17 has announced a Fallout-like post-apocalyptic RPG, Broken Roads

Team17 and Drop Bear Bytes have today confirmed the development of Broken Roads; an original and narrative-rich, isometric, turn-based role-playing game set in an unforgiving, post-apocalyptic Western Australia.

Scheduled to launch on Steam in 2022, Broken Roads presents a post-apocalypse with real-world locations and landmarks serving as the backdrop for the complex stories of Australia’s survivors.

At the heart of Broken Roads’ thoughtful and mature storylines is a deep and meaningful morality system, the Moral Compass. This system will influence quests, dialogue, and character development. According to the devs, the system is shaped along four different philosophical paths: Humanist, Utilitarian, Machiavellian, and Nihilist, each with their own unique traits. As the journey begins, players will be asked a series of questions – moral quandries – that determine their starting position on the compass. Their decisions throughout the game will then shift their philosophical leaning and affect future choices, quests, and reactions from the people they meet.

Below you can also find game’s key features:

  • Deep and compelling. Broken Roads builds on classic single-player role-playing games, blending traditional gameplay with original mechanics and experiences
  • Moral Compass. A unique system that influences both story and gameplay as the plot unfolds
  • Authentic setting. Explore real-world locations across a post-apocalyptic Western Australia filled with intriguing and emotional stories
  • Unique visual and musical styles. Hand-drawn visuals and a soundtrack composed with instruments constructed from everyday objects help make the world of Broken Roads vibrant and alive.

Enjoy its debut trailer!

Team17 Presents... Broken Roads

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