For the first time since the second entry in the series, Broken Sword 5 will be a point-and-click adventure game. In an effort to recreate magic, a number of older staffers have been brought in from Disney and Universal, just to name two. Founder of Revolution Software Charles Cecil is obviously very pleased that the game is now available for fans:
“This has been a labour of love not just for us here at Revolution but the entire Broken Sword community too. We have been privileged to be able to make the game we’ve wanted to thanks to the generous support of our Kickstarter supporters, who really have given us the freedom to take the series to new heights.
But this is only the beginning – we’ve a concluding episode due early next year which will complete the story of what I hope will be seen as our most ambitious Broken Sword game ever. We’re really excited to finally unveil the start of George and Nico’s greatest adventure.”
As Cecil says himself, this is a two-parter and interested parties can purchase both for £18.99, but if you act fast, the game has a 24% discount on Steam, right now.