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Broken Sword – Shadow Of The Templars: Reforged Suffers A Small Delay

The reforging needs a little more time

Broken Sword – Shadow of the Templars: Reforged will no longer launch in June the game’s director and Broken Sword series creator Charles Cecil has told WellPlayed.

Originally slated to launch in Q1 2024, Reforged raised substantial funding via its Collector’s Edition Kickstarter, raising £618,626 from a goal of £50,000. However, this saw the game’s release pushed back to June 2024, but the team at Revolution need a couple more months to finish work on the project.

“It is very close but Q2 is even closer,” says Cecil. “It’s not slipping out and going off into the future – it is very close, we’ve pretty much finished. There’s still an awful lot of work to do in polishing, but we’re not a month off, we’re two to three months off.”

Originally released in 1996, Broken Sword: the Shadow of the Templars is a critically acclaimed point-and-click adventure that says American lawyer George Stobbart and French journalist Nico Collard become involved in a conspiracy involving the Knights Templar. Regarded as one of the best adventure games of all time, Broken Sword – Shadow of the Templars: Reforged is a respectful 4K revamp of the original, enhancing everything from the visuals, audio, and player experience.

Are you excited to play through Broken Sword – Shadow of the Templars: Reforged for the tenth time or the first time? Let us know in the comments or on social media.

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Written By Zach Jackson

Despite a childhood playing survival horrors, point and clicks and beat ’em ups, these days Zach tries to convince people that Homefront: The Revolution is a good game while pining for a sequel to The Order: 1886 and a live-action Treasure Planet film. Carlton, Burnley FC & SJ Sharks fan. Get around him on Twitter @tightinthejorts


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