PM Studios and acttil announced that the indie developed adventure Ministry of Broadcast will be delayed by two days digitally to release on April 30. However, the physical release has been postponed to May 26.
Currently, there is a special pre-order for the game available, which includes a Steelbook. This will be the same price as the Standard Edition, available for $39.99.
Ministry of Broadcast is a retro cinematic platformer where players need to finely tune their running and jumping reflexes, which means that falling from heights will end in death. During the game, players have been imprisoned, and to earn their freedom and reunite with their family, they’ll need to guide the game’s hero through a series of Arenas. However, these Arenas are under the watchful eye of the Regime.
Throughout the game, players will navigate their way through a decaying environment with an array of obstacles. Yes, the game has plenty of those classic platforming sections with lengthy drops and other life-threatening dangers.
Ministry of Broadcast doesn’t have a screen full of minimaps or HP bars. Instead, players will need to look at the environment to receive their information. Things like hints and clues on how to progress through the Arenas are found in the world. This means that there will be some puzzle-solving during sections where players might need to sacrifice an NPC or two to progress. The game’s story is described as comic mischief balanced with some heavy dystopian world themes.
Ministry of Broadcast is available now on PC-via Steam.
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