PC indie horror hit Lone Survivor will release for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita via PlayStation Network in July, Curve Studios and Superflat Games have announced on the PlayStation Blog.
“For those who missed it the first time round, this is a psychological-survival-adventure, where the choice of how to survive is up to you,” said game creator Jasper Byrne. “It’s the last record of our nameless, masked protagonist, holed-up in a city full of diseased monsters, starving and exhausted.
“When we join him on his quest, he has already begun to question whether what he sees is even real. You can choose to sneak through the game without firing a single shot, or to kill everything in your path. You can eat and sleep well, or resort to drugs to keep going. You can search for survivors, or try to escape the city alone. You can look after your mental health, or descend into madness….”
The PlayStation versions will add exclusive new content, including new dialogue with all NPCs, two “extensive” new side quests, a brand new ‘Yellow’ ending (featuring exclusive music), 19 new items, Trophies, Cross-Play, and Cross-Buy (purchase one version, get the other free).
“It’s been a lifelong dream of mine to release one of my games on a console, especially of the Sony variety (the PlayStation family is still my favorite),” added Byrne. “I have the utmost confidence in Curve, who are handling the conversion, to produce the ultimate version of the game — their excellent track record speaks for itself.”
Watch the Lone Survivor trailer below.