The Android port will be an enhanced version of the game released on iOS devices in 2010, featuring the game's "highest resolution visuals on phone or tablet". It will also include a digital version of the Broken Sword comic as illustrated by Watchmen co-creator Dave Gibbons, which was also featured in the game's iPad version.
The iOS version was itself an update to the classic adventure game, with the Director's Cut title bringing with it additional content that added around 20% to the playing time.
The game's story follows Nico Collard and George Stobbart as they become wrapped in a mysterious journey to uncover a conspiracy around the Knights Templar.
"We are proud that Broken Sword: The Director's Cut is the first mainstream, high production value adventure game to be available on the Google Play store," said Revolution Software managing director and Broken Sword creator Charles Cecil.
"We've been overwhelmed by fans asking - or just demanding - that we bring the game to Android, but didn't just want to create a straight port. With the additional material we've been able to include, we hope that it'll prove popular to newcomers to the series, as well as offering a significantly enhanced reminiscence to those that played the original."
Broken Sword has received multiple BAFTA nominations, and last year Charles Cecil was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday honours list.
Cecil also hinted that Revolution Software will soon reveal an original game, its first new title since 2006's Broken Sword: The Angel of Death.
"Our success in self-publishing has allowed Revolution, for the first time in our 20-year history, to self-fund and so create games that we know our fans want to play. We will shortly be announcing details of an original adventure game that has been in development for six months."
Broken Sword: The Director's Cut is available now in the Google Play store for £2.99.
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