Windows, Mac and Linux PC gamers can download the full version of Playdead's acclaimed platformer Limbo from now until June 22 at 1 p.m. EDT on Steam.
The game was free to download for the last week on the Xbox One console. It normally costs $9.99 to get the PC version on Steam. The black-and-white 2D platformer-puzzle game comes from developer Playdead and is a must download if you haven't played it already.
Playdead is getting ready to release its next game, the equally creepy looking title Inside. It will be available first for the Xbox One next week on June 29, followed by its PC launch on Steam on July 7.
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