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Post by Dan @ 10:45am 13/01/14 | 0 Comments
Double Fine Productions has revealed that its crowdfunded title Broken Age will finally be made available to backers on January 14th 2014, or at least the first part of it.

A Twitter post from studio head Tim Schafer points out that it's the first game that he's shipped in over 4.5 years, other titles from teams at his studio notwithstanding.

The initial launch of part one will be restricted to those that contributed to the crowdfunding venture via Kickstarter, where a release target of October 2012 was originally planned before the project ballooned in scope due to it's then record-breaking funding total.

Late last year, Double Fine controversially announced the splitting up of the game into two parts, with the intention of funding the second part of the game with public sales of the first. A public release date for Part One has also been promised for this week, expected to be delivered via Steam's Early Access program.












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