Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut Is Coming To PC

By Ishaan . July 18, 2013 . 3:04am

Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut is no longer a PS3-exclusive—the game is headed to PC as well, Rising Star Games have announced. Here’s a PC announcement trailer:



Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut will be released on PC “in the near future” Rising Star say, and the game is up for voting on Steam Greenlight now.

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  • brian

    Will it have anything not in the PS3 version we got?

    • Better graphics, 60fps?

    • DuskGolem

      Trading cards, PC-exclusive piece of DLC, 60 FPS, better graphics and performance, all the DLC will be free, and the likely mods.

      • asking too much no?

        • X_Bacon

          It’s all already confirmed, actually.

  • X_Bacon

    Well that came out of nowhere.

    • Tristan Diaz

      Agreed. xD

  • Done and done. Hope to see it in Steam so I can purchase it at not a sale price.

  • Triple dipping in the year 2013!

  • thaKingRocka

    Greenlight is not a guarantee, is it? It won’t be a certainty unless it gets the required votes from what I understand.

  • Crimson_Cloud

    In any case, more people will enjoy this, right Zach?

  • Awesome news :) Can’t wait to try it!

  • CirnoLakes


    We will steal all the Japanese games for the PC.


    • MrSirFeatherFang

      we = steam
      Japanese games for the PC = eroge games?
      because I would love to “play” those games :D

      • Testsubject909

        We would be the regular retail services, Green Man Gaming, GoG, Steam, GamersGate, HumbleStore, etc, etc, etc. As far as I can guess.

        • MrSirFeatherFang

          b-bbut Cirno is like in love with Steam ;)

          • CirnoLakes

            Actually, while I do like Steam as a service. I like the concept and basic service of Good old Games better in many ways.

            I’m not as much as in love with Steam as a service as I am in love with Steam as a concept. I know that Steam is a high exposure, high success story, not just for itself, but for many games. I would be just as supportive of a PC digital distribution service that was as prominent and user friendly as Steam.

            I get excited for games coming to Steam for more than just myself. But because I know that that is the place those games will get the most exposure on the PC.

            I love Steam not just for Steam’s sake itself. And I’m not so much in love with Steam as I’m in love with what Steam has done for games like Recettear.

            Again, my excitement or support isn’t so much my personal enthusiasm for Steam as a service. But an awareness of Steam’s place in the current industry. Though I will admit to being used to and enjoying Steam out of habit. Owning so many games on Steam, I’m basically always signed in.

  • Byron Kerrison II

    I never played this game but saw some clips that interested me. I might want to make a Steam account just to get this.

  • Testsubject909

    Zach, did you see that? FK… In the PC.

  • Pfantzypantz


  • darkbartz

    Hmm, I wanted to get this for the PS3, but I guess I will have to change my plans. Deadly Premonition on the PC is way more fitting.

  • DesmaX

    Well, it will be PC version for me then. Ended up skipping the PS3 version

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