Lone Survivor: Director's Cut, is set to grace the PC and Mac on October 31 – just in time for Halloween. In Lone Survivor, the world has been ravaged by disease and, playing as a nameless protagonist in a surgical mask, you must avoid monsters and scavenge for supplies.
In a blog post, creator Jasper Byrne says the updated version of the game will be available as a free download to anyone who has already picked up the game. The blog post adds that save files from the original game will be compatible with Director's Cut, so you can start in one version of the game and continue in the other.
In order to ease some of the financial strain as a result of developing this new version of the game for ten months, Superflat Games will determine a new price point for Director's Cut when it launches on Halloween. Lone Survivor: Director's Cut will be available through the official website, Good Old Gaming and other digital distribution channels.
Lone Survivor: Director's Cut makes well-timed jump to PC, Mac on Halloween
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