The moody horror game Deadlight is breaking free from its Xbox 360 prison and heading to PCs, just in time for Halloween. Developer Tequila Works recently announced that the game will make its way on Steam on October 25, complete with a few extras for those who held out for the PC version.
The official site (via Joystiq) announced that the PC version will get improved graphics, the full original soundtrack, and a new "Nightmare" mode. The announcement didn't give a price, but it costs $15 on Xbox Live Arcade so we'd expect the same on Steam.
The game received accolades for its stellar presentation, but fell short when it came to some enemy encounters and the melodramatic plot. Read our review for more details.