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Broken Roads' developers have acknowledged the shortcomings

Broken Roads' developers have acknowledged the shortcomings

The recently released post-apocalyptic story-driven RPG has its flaws, despite the game's decline. The developers have now realized this and announced it in the X-post, and they also know that they have a long way to go.

Broken Roads was released a few days ago, and although it looked promising at first glance, it did not meet expectations. As you can read in our test, it might be worth a try for fans of the genre, but the game is far from polished enough to recommend it to everyone. As it turns out, the developers realize this too.

In X-post They shared that they were happy with the positive feedback, but knew that overall they didn't deliver what they promised or what players wanted, and they assured us with a roadmap that they would be working on the game for a long time.

As we can see, the first major update will come to PC on April 19, it will include more combat at the beginning of the game, we will have the opportunity to manually improve our companions, the quality of random events will also improve, but the agenda is to fix translation problems and much more. The next pack is scheduled to be released in mid-May – dates are of course not fixed.

Broken Roads was released on April 10 for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series

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