By Phil Schipper / June 12th, 2013
You know when you get a port of a game with “new content” and it’s just a little graphics update and a couple of features you don’t even notice? Well, Lone Survivor: Director’s Cut is not going to be one of those.
Curve Digital has said that developer Jasper Byrne has spent six months working specifically on new content for Director’s Cut, and that it would include “more than twenty new items, several new locations, new side-quests, new dialogue for all characters, several new pieces of music, a brand new movie-like lighting system and new flashlight effects, and even two completely new endings.”
Lone Survivor: Director’s Cut is being presented at the Sony area at E3. It will be available for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
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