Broforce, The Brotastic South African Indie Game, Is Coming To Steam
I’ve been playing Broforce for nearly over a year now, after seeing the game for the first time last year in September. It’s a rather big talking point for our Game Design class at Wits University, and we’re constantly talking about updates that developers Free Lives release for the title. But now, finally, Broforce will be released on Steam, thanks to Steam Greenlight.
Broforce was ranked third on the Steam Greenlight page before Valve finally chose to announce the next wave of titles that would be made available for the digital distribution service. Some of these titles include the fast growing Deadly Premonition, Darkwood, Chasm and Operation: Black Mesa. These and a few more games will now be made available on Steam thanks to Valve’s self-publishing system.
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This is great news for the guys over at Free Lives, who have been working on Broforce for quite some time now. The game, if you haven’t yet played the demo, follows a similar format to other 2D shooters such as Metal Slug, giving players the chance to play as various “Bro” versions of famous action film and series characters. BroGyver is probably my favourite, just saying.
Look out for Broforce soon on Steam, as Valve now organises with Free Loves when the title will be made available. Congratulations to everyone over at Free Lives as well.