Broken Age Act 2 has received a concrete release date of April 28 (or April 29 for Europe) after previous speculation that Double Fine would be shipping the second half of its crowdfunded adventure game in late April.

Those who have already purchased Act 1 will receive Act 2 at no charge, otherwise the full game is available for $24.99. Additionally, the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions have cross-buy and cross-save features, meaning you can play the same save file across both platforms with one purchase.

The game was Kickstarted to the tune of $3.3 million, blowing away its initial goal of $400,000 in 2012 with an announcement coming in 2013 that the game would be split into two parts. The first part of the game released to positive critical reception on January 28 2014.

Even though Broken Age Act 2 has been pushed back quite a bit throughout its development, this looks to be a sure thing, pending a weird delay due to it not being certified on Sony’s platforms, but with a high profile post on the PlayStation blog, I doubt we have anything to worry about.

Broken Age (both acts) will be available on PS4, PS Vita, PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android and Ouya. If you’re not sold on it, check our IndieHaven’s review of the first part.

Source: IGN, PlayStation Blog


 

Editors Note: This post previously contained factual inaccuracies by stating that the PlayStation versions were announced today (they had been announced previously) and that it was unknown whether or not the other versions would be one game or two separate acts. 

Isaac Federspiel also contributed to this post.