Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut Summary
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Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut brings the 'polarizing' survival horror game to desktops, but it's now causing a stir not for its content, but for its locked resolution at 720p.
Today's the day for Deadly Premonition to arrive on PC with the Director's Cut offering a "surprising new scenario" from game director Hidetaka 'Swery' Suehiro. It's also treated to HD visuals and textures.
The controls have been reworked with DLC expanding on the original game, with exclusive content just for PC. Achievements and Steam Trading Cards are in too.
Having graduated Steam's Greenlight, Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut was given the all clear to land on PC. Now the guilty pleasure of this surprising cult hit has been dated - it's out October 31st.
The Director's Cut includes HD textures, reworked controls, a new scenario and expanded content. There are also Steam achievements and trading cards because... just because.
Valve has announced 16 applicants at Steam Greenlight, fourteen of which are indie games, have been approved for Steam listing.
The Director's Cut edition for Deadly Premonition is no longer a PlayStation 3 exclusive as publisher Rising Star Games has announced they are bringing it to PC, and have released an announcement trailer.
There's no date attached yet other than the words 'near future'. The cult hit has also scared its way onto Steam Greenlight for peer approval. There's "additional content" for the PC version.