Horror Game Kholat Comes to Xbox One in June

After PC and PS4 gamers, it’s now the time for Xbox One owners to experience the horror, the unknown, and the unsolved mystery of a tragedy that took place on the Dyatlov Pass almost 60 years ago. Kholat – an FPP horror game based on true events – will launch on Microsoft’s console on June 9th this year.

Łukasz Kubiak, co-author of the game’s narrative, says: “We never thought that Kholat would become so popular. Thanks to the amazing feedback we have received from players around the world, today we are proud to announce the game’s upcoming launch on Xbox One. At the same time we’re aware that our fans have many questions and that there are many theories and assumptions concerning the events we have presented in our story. All I can say right now is that, looking at how big our community has become, answers to those questions may emerge in the future.”

Kholat is an FPP storytelling/experience game with horror elements developed by independent studio and global publisher IMGN.PRO. The title is inspired by the true events of the “Dyatlov Pass incident”, which took the lives of nine Russian students who went on an expedition in the northern Ural Mountains. The team never reached its goal, and the entire crew died in strange circumstances that have yet to be explained.

The mystery has given rise to many theories and much speculation. In Kholat, gamers follow their own path, gradually sinking into the hostile environment. There is only one objective – to find out what happened. Everything is tied together by the fantastic narration by Sean Bean.

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  1. It’s not really a “horror” game. At best, it’s a tense/suspenseful exploration and walking sim. I played it on PC almost 2 years ago, just because it had nice graphics ; that’s honestly about the best compliment I can give it after playing it.

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