Broken Roads – Useful Tips and Tricks (Demo)

There are some key things you need to be familiar with: The Moral Compass, the important tabs, and just some general tips on the demo.

Tips and Tricks

Foreword

To change languages, go to the Options screen and select the desired language from the drop down menu.

The Moral Compass

  • The Moral Compass shows a 360-degree view of possible dialogue options, attitudes you can hold, and decisions that you can make throughout your journey.
  • It is divided into four parts (Utilitarian, Nihilist, Machiavellian, and Humanist), with the golden arc representing your World View often overlapping different quadrants.
  • The golden arc in the center represents your world view. Each decision you make can affect your position on the compass, rotating the world view slightly towards the decision you have made.
  • At the center of the Compass are the brightly illuminated areas of Moral Tendencies, which allow your character to make ‘lower level’ moral decisions or expressions of ideas that would otherwise fall outside of their world view.

Important Tabs

On the bottom left of your screen are five icons. From left to right they are:

  • Party Management: Gives you detailed information on your character and party members’ skills and attributes, current experience level, equipped items, and the party inventory.
  • Moral Compass: Keeps track of your current World View, active Moral Traits, and Philosophical Leaning.
  • Journal: Records any currently active Main Quests and Side Quests, updates objectives, and keeps track of completed quests along your journey.
  • Map: Shows an elevated view of your current location, with unexplored areas hidden beneath fog of war.
  • Menu: Here’s where your options for gameplay, video, audio, & control settings live. Please note that some options are unavailable in the demo currently.

General Tips

  • Pressing Space Bar will center your camera on your character. Holding down the Space Bar will keep it fixed on them.
  • Your party inventory acts as a shared stash, but is not accessible within combat, so be sure to equip your characters with weapons and utility items before battle.
  • If you wish to split a stack of an item, right-click and drag to move only one item of that type.

Combat Tips

  • Different weapons are more effective depending on the distance from the target. Pistols and shotguns work well up close, rifles from a medium distance, and sniper rifles better from far away.
  • Your Shooting mastery and Deadeye skills will affect damage and accuracy as you improve them.
  • There is a turn order bar at the top middle of the screen during combat; This shows you the current order of turns broken down into rounds (Round 1, 2, 3 etc). Use this to plan accordingly, you don’t want to get caught out in the open when multiple enemies have you in their sights!
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Egor Opleuha, also known as Juzzzie, is the Editor-in-Chief of Gameplay Tips. He is a writer with more than 12 years of experience in writing and editing online content. His favorite game was and still is the third part of the legendary Heroes of Might and Magic saga. He prefers to spend all his free time playing retro games and new indie games.

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