Jasper Byrne’s Lone Survivor is one of my all-time favorite indie horror games. The first time I played it, almost exactly a year ago, I immediately fell in love with its gorgeous pixel art style and how it pays homage to classic survival horror games — games I grew up on, like Silent Hill — in really clever ways.
Come October 31st, Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut will make its way to PC and Mac. Those who own the base game will get this as a free update and everyone else can grab it when it arrives on Good Old Games at a slightly increased asking price, which will be announced later this month. If you’re worried about this messing with your progress, don’t fret, as it will be compatible with existing save files.
If you would rather play Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut on a console, it released on PSN last month.
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