BROK the InvestiGator Set for August 26 Release Date PC via Steam and GOG

Adventure game with beat ‘em up elements.
BROK the InvestiGator is all set for an August 26 release date on PC, with console versions to follow sometime this winter.
BROK the InvestiGator is all set for an August 26 release date on PC, with console versions to follow sometime this winter. COWCAT

Developer and publisher COWCAT has announced an August 26 release date for BROK the InvestiGator, a point-and-click adventure beat ‘em up set for release on PC via Steam and GOG. The announced release date only applies on PC, but BROK the InvestiGator will also arrive on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch sometime this winter. To celebrate the PC release date, COWCAT has launched a new trailer for BROK the InvestiGator which you can check out below.

BROK the InvestiGator features a unique blend of narrative-driven adventure and satisfying brawling that comes with a beat ‘em up, in a game world that highlights anthropomorphic animals drawn in a style heavily reminiscent of early 90s cartoons. BROK the InvestiGator challenges players to use both Brok’s natural brains and brawn to uncover the mysteries surrounding the game.

Players will play through a futuristic “light cyberpunk” world where animals have replaced humans. However, it appears that inequality is quite rampant despite humanity vanishing, as there are a group of privileged citizens living under a protective dome that shields them from the ambient air pollution while several citizens are stuck trying to make a living outside its grace.

Players will mostly control Brok, a private detective and former boxer who lives with Graff, the son of his deceased wife. The circumstances of his wife’s death have always eluded him, but recent events, which spur the story on, have surfaced and have begun to shed some light on the tragedy. However, it also appears that this mystery may be deeper than what it initially seemed.

BROK the InvestiGator includes choices that will ultimately alter the way the story plays out. Players can choose to solve puzzles with their brains or brawn, with different outcomes residing for either. For players who only want the pure point-and-click adventure, an easy mode is also featured that skips fight scenes for a full narrative experience. The game features two playable characters that you can switch anytime and a full-voice acting of 23,000 lines of recorded dialogue.

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