Broken Lines new Trailer and Q1 2020 release

broken lines tactical strategy new trailer and q1 2020 release on linux windows pc

Broken Lines tactical strategy has new Trailer and Q1 2020 release for Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to developer PortaPlay and publisher SUPER.COM. We now have more information for the forthcoming release on Steam.

Broken Lines has a new gameplay trailer. A head of the upcoming tactical RPG release in Q1 2020. While this new video focuses on the game’s narrative elements. Highlighting character interactions and their effects. Which takes place in both the game world and the characters themselves.

A squad of British soldiers crash land behind enemy lines in Broken Lines. So this is very much an alternate history of WWII. So you will need to make the hard choices for these brave souls. While they battle both the enemies in front of them. And also the enemies within themselves. Whether they are battle hardened veterans or green recruits. Each soldier certainly brings their own attitudes, beliefs, and personal baggage to the battlefield. Sort of similar to Darkest Dungeon. Where must deal with this aspect, and make the most of their combat skills. While you fight to bring them home.

Broken Lines Story Trailer 2020

Broken Lines is a tactical strategy combat game. Butt there is also a heavy focus on character and story. This offers a fresh, accessible, and innovative approach to unit control. In game, you will manage a squad of soldiers fighting through Eastern European battlefields. Above all, they are on a desperate mission to get back home.
As the soldiers make their way through the war-torn landscape. Their experiences will certainly shape their personalities and their relationships with each other. Building a story that reveals the true impact of the horrors of war. And maybe even something more.

Broken Lines will be available on Linux and Windows PC in Q1 2020. So be sure to Wishlist the game on Steam. Keep up to date by following the tactical strategy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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