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Double Fine’s Broken Age coming to Xbox One

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Broken Age of Double Fine Productions seems to be coming straight on Xbox One: the game appeared in the PEGI database, with release date scheduled for today, Tuesday, April 25, probably a simple mistake, which may however indicate a launch date particularly close in time.

Apparently, Broken Age seems ready to make its debut on Xbox One too in the end. The game of Double Fine, in fact, has been re-evaluated by PEGI (the European body that indicates the ideal age for the use of a video game based on its contents). On the website of PEGI, we find reference to the game-edition of Xbox One, although it mentions a release for April 25, ie today, for now not yet confirmed.

Looking at PEGI’s site, it’s noteworthy that the score went out right now, so it seems that the game will really come to the Microsoft console after two years of full title release on PS4 and PS Vita.

Unfortunately, the page on the PEGI site does not reveal other details on this issue, we recall that Broken Age was released in 2015 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, PC, Mac OS, OUYA and mobile platforms, while a version for Xbox One was never confirmed by Double Fine Productions.

At this point, unless there was no question of an unlikely error of PEGI, we expect Broken Age’s arrival also on the flagship home console of Microsoft.

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