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Exploration-survival title The Long Dark arrives on Xbox One and PC to test your skills to the max

Fin writes "The Long Dark has been on the Xbox Game Preview Program since June 2015, but over two years later the exploration-survival game is finally landing on Xbox and PC digital shelves proper."

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yeahright22547d ago

I get that this is coming from an xbox centric site, but leaving out platforms it's also coming to can hurt it's sales and this isn't some big budget RDR or COD. every sale means so much more.

yeahright22547d ago

Thexboxhub.com is not a website that focuses on xbox?

yeahright22547d ago

Ah, ok. you had me scratching my head there for a second.

Bigpappy2547d ago

My bad. I miss interpreted what you wrote. Thought you were referring to this site.

CitizenFour2546d ago

I love this game, but its bug city right now.. some are even game breaking. I realize its a small team, but wow. its a bit rough. Hopefully they get it all patched soon.

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Humble Survival Instinct Bundle packs State of Decay 2, Chernobylite, The Long Dark, and more

The Humble Survival Instinct Bundle just launched recently. It includes seven items including State of Decay 2, Chernobylite, The Long Dark, and more. As always, a percentage goes to charity.

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First Impressions - The Long Dark: Tales from the Far Territory - Jump Dash Roll

An expansion for The Long dark, providing an opportunity to survive for twelve months when everything is a risk? JDR goes post-apocalyptic so that we can tell you if the Long Dark ever gets light

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The Long Dark's first paid content will drop soon and follow a "season-pass type approach"

From Eurogamer: "The Long Dark's very first paid DLC is coming "later this year".

That's according to a new developer diary in which Hinterland Studio reflects on the last eight years of development, as well as teasing what may be coming next, including a premium season pass to ensure the game "continues to be financially self-sustaining"."

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