Forever Entertainment will release sci-fi horror game Hollow for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on February 22, the company announced.
Here is an overview of the game, via Forever Entertainment:
“I didn’t care about this ship… facility… whatever… I still don’t. It wasn’t about it. I just… I just wanted to find myself again. Needed to. Had to… Something, deep in my brain, deep in my flesh, boiled inside to remember…”
Welcome to Shakhter-One! First space mining titan that gathers resources from Jupiter atmosphere. Shakhter-One saves mankind, as it provides pure Resource! Shakhter-One saves Earth, as we don’t have to use coal fuel or oil anymore! Still not convinced?
“Is that happening again? Whether I have been here before starting this story? … No, impossible. That one thing I can remember. And one more…”
Shakhter-One gives new place to live, where everyone is important, where everyone is employed, where all children have equal start! Perfect place for your family and future!
“How I felt… inside… Like a shell. Hollowed shell. Just listen, maybe you will understand…”
In Hollow you will join nameless pilot that transports resource cargo from Shakhter-One to Earth. One day he wakes up in an emergency capsule drifting near facility. Only thing he can remember is an auto-pilot code for Shakhter-One capsule dock NR 6.
From the very first step on board it is clear – facility went dark due to power supply issues. It’s just a matter of time like sanity is wrested by a nightmare born on Shakhter-One.
The worst evil is the one that knows us better than we do… The worst nightmare is the one born in our past, emotions, fears and pain.
- Explore a derelict mining facility in orbit around Jupiter.
- Wade trough nightmare and solve Shakhter-One mystery.
- Enter open battle or use environment as your ally while fighting your fears.
- Solve puzzles and use your brain to proceed.
- Master “In-Your-Face” gun combat to survive.
- Reveal deep, engaging backstory of protagonist and set him free… … or do not.
Hollow first launched for PC in November 2017.
Watch a new trailer below.