Yesterday, PEGI, the European game ratings board, rated Double Fine’s Broken Age on Xbox One, suggesting the game could make its way to Microsoft’s console sometime in the near future.
For those that don’t know: Broken Age is a point-and-click adventure game developed and published by Double Fine Productions. Notably the game marked the return of legendary developer Tom Schafer’s return to the genre, which he hadn’t dabbled in since 1998. The game was developed in two acts; the first released in January of 2014, and the second hit in April 2015. It also made its way to retail via Nordic Games, who is now known as THQ Nordic.
As you may know, Broken Age was originally a Kickstarter hopeful, looking to raise $400,000 USD. It smashed this goal and raised $3.45 million across more than 87,000 backers, making it the largest Kickstarter game of the time, and one of the largest to date. It has hit PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Ouya, and mobile devices. But never Xbox One. But maybe that is changing.