Exactly 10 years ago, on March 27, 2012, Lone Survivor was released – a 2D horror in the spirit of Silent Hill. In honor of the round date, developer Jasper Byrne has published a fresh trailer for the remake of the game.
The new Lone Survivor, or Super Lone Survivor, was announced a year and a half ago. The release was supposed to take place in 2021, but now it is scheduled for this spring – however, only on Steam, where the remake page will appear in the coming weeks ( Byrne asks not to forget about the “wishlists”!).
The promised Nintendo Switch version will release shortly after launch on the Valve store.
What Super Lone Survivor will offer from the technical side:
- New engine.
- Improved graphics, including prettier lighting.
- Parallax scrolling.
- Support for 8K resolution and above.
- Support for 4:3 aspect ratio.
- Controller support.
And here’s what in terms of content:
- New mechanics.
- New locations.
- New puzzles.
- New type of enemies.
- New music.
- Weapon upgrades.
Judging by the frames from the video, Super Lone Survivor is still not a remake, which the author calls the game, but rather an extended remaster, despite the fact that it is being created from scratch.