Home comes to Steam this month

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The survival horror game Home, which released for PC last month, is now coming to Steam on August 31.

"As you play the game, it changes — subtly, almost imperceptibly — to reflect your perspective," reads the description. "It's a horror game unlike any other, and as you'll discover, its truths are entirely subjective."

Independent developer Benjamin Rivers released the game a couple months after Jasper Byrne's similar title Lone Survivor came to Steam for PC and Mac.

Home will cost $2.99 upon release, with a 15 percent discount in the first week. It will contain a PDF manual similar to the physical book included in the Old-School Collector's Edition, only with more extras. Those who purchased the collector's edition previously will be given a complimentary Steam key, and all customers will receive updates and support alongside those made to the Steam version.

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Stephanie Carmichael Twitter: @wita
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