Lone Survivor, the hit 2012 2D horror game, is getting an expanded, improved remake in 2021. Super Lone Survivor has been announced for PC and Switch, and developer Super Flat Games has said that it’s being totally rebuilt in a new engine.
The game, which has been revealed with a new trailer, will feature a new scenario called “Ascending,” which we don’t not much about yet. The PC version will now support gamepads and ultrawide, as well as 4K effects. The Switch version will run at 60fps.
The developer says they are “considering difficulty modes,” and the Ascending content is being designed because they have no interest in making a sequel, but still want to revisit the game.
You can check out the trailer, made in-engine, below.
Lone Survivor is a horror game about the survivor of a plague, and the game tasks you with dealing not only with monsters, but your own hunger and mental state. The game earned an 8.5/10 in GameSpot’s review. “Lone Survivor helps you remember what quality games are really all about: an emotionally enrapturing experience that leaves you with plenty of questions to ponder and possibilities to imagine as you go about your day,” wrote critic Eric Neigher.
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