Lone Survivor Moves to PlayStation 3 and Vita

The game will be ported by the creators of Explodemon

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Jasper Byrne, the creator of Lone Survivor, an indie title that was released on the PC earlier this year, says that his game will be launched on the PlayStation 3 home console from Sony and on the PlayStation Vita handheld.

Jasper Byrne, the creator of Lone Survivor, an indie title that was released on the PC earlier this year, says that his game will be launched on the PlayStation 3 home console from Sony and on the PlayStation Vita handheld.

The port is being handled by Curve Studios, the team that has created Explodemon, and a launch window has not yet been mentioned.

Byrne also announces that he is canceling his current game project.

He states, “It’s been a very tough decision to make, quite heartbreaking really, but it IS the right thing to do. It was too big for a single person to make. This is the root of the problem. It wasn’t that I fell out of love with the idea, just that I can’t physically do it.”

It’s not clear whether Lone Survivor will ever get a sequel or more content.

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