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Yup, Capy is also bringing Below to Steam

5:00 PM on 04.10.2014

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

A chill new trailer to set the mood

Capy never said its Xbox One roguelike Below would come to Steam -- but it also didn't deny that it might, noting back in August that the game was a timed exclusive on Microsoft's platform.

Now, right before Below's first public showing at PAX East, it's been officially confirmed for Steam in an atmospheric new trailer. People attending the convention: go play this beautiful thing.

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