Drake Hollow launches July 17

Cooperative action village-building game from the studio behind The Flame in the Flood.

Drake Hollow

Drake Hollow, the November 2019-announced cooperative action village-building game from The Flame in the Flood studio The Molasses Flood, will launch for Xbox One and PC via Steam and the Microsoft Store on July 17, the developer announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via The Molasses Flood:

Drake Hollow is a cooperative action village-building game set in The Hollow—a blighted mirror of our world—in which players build and defend villages of Drakes, the lovable, local vegetable folk. Either solo or with friends, players follow the guidance of a mysterious crow to explore a dynamically generated and aether-swept world of islands all to help the Drakes restore their camp.

Mysteries and rewards—and danger—await those curious enough to search every nook and cranny of The Hollow. As they explore the wilderness and set up valuable supply routes to bring essentials back to camp, players will rescue and protect a variety of Drakes from a menagerie of feral beasts to earn unique skills and player enhancing buffs. The village must be well-stocked and well-defended if the Drakes are to survive, and unraveling the peculiar and ancient connection between The Hollow and our world will be key to finding a way back home.

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