Broken Age got its start after successfully raising $3.3 million from a Kickstarter campaign. Now the game is looking to expand from its release on PC last year and introduce itself to PlayStation users at the end of April. Plus, those that have been waiting for Act 2 on PC will not have to wait much longer.
April 28 in the U.S. will bring the debut of Broken Age to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita systems, along with Act 2 being released as a free download for PC users who bought Act 1. Those in Europe will have to wait until April 29 for these versions to be available. Broken Age will split from its "acts" structure and become available as one full experience upon these dates. PlayStation users will be able to download it for $25. It will also support both cross-buy and cross-save functionality between the PS4 & Vita.
The game follows two teenagers: Shay, a young boy, and Vella, a young girl, as they live parallel lives. Double Fine Productions is developing the game.