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Broforce Comes Out For PC On October 15th, PlayStation 4 In 2016

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Devolver Digital has announced that all-American shooter-platformer, and so-called “freedom simulator,” Broforce (made by South Africans, funnily enough) will be for PC on October 15th. It’ll also be coming to PlayStation 4 in 2016.

 

After many months in Early Access, all of the features that developer Free Lives want in the game are, well, now in the game. To celebrate that fact, a collaboration with musician Deon van Heerden has resulted in the Freedom EP – a five-track album of Broforce music including The Ballad of Rambro (watch above) and the Broforce Theme.

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The Freedom EP is free to anyone who owns the Early Access version of Broforce (until October 15th). After the game is released it’ll then be sold at a price.

 

Broforce has you playing as a series of famous bros from pop culture (see the full list of Bros) as they rally against a terrorist force using brute force and a lot of guns to take them down. Included are lots of missions, fully-destructible environments, a level editor and level sharing, and online and local multiplayer for up to four players with co-op campaign and deathmatch modes included.

Chris Priestman