Kholat – Unreal Engine 4 Horror Tilte Gets First Update & New Trailer
IMGN.PRO has released the first update for its Unreal Engine 4 horror game, Kholat. The update addresses launch crashes and stability issues, and adds few missing localization texts. IMGN.PRO has also released a new trailer for Kholat. The update will be auto-downloaded from Steam. You can view the changelog and trailer below:
Kholat – Update 1.01 Changelog:
- launch crashes fixes
- stability fixes
- game will not save in Act3, players with save from Act3 can continue playing from last save location from Act2
- key bindings fixed
- invert mouse fixed
- gameplay bugs fixes
- inventory (map, compass, journal) will now properly scale based on user configured camera FOV
- added few missing localization texts
Kholat is inspired by true events and provides a unique horror experience
Kholat puts the player into the area where the real life tragedy occurred. A sense of anxiety and dread is created by the fear management system which is responsible with a dosing of fear and uncertainty, based on what the player is doing, delivering a unique experience.
Key Facts & Features
- FPP Horror experience game
- Inspired by true events: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyatlov_Pass_incident
- Open world map
- Nonlinear gameplay, focused on world exploration & storytelling
- Main storyline and a lot of background plot to be discovered by players
- High quality graphics powered by Unreal Engine 4
Kholat is developed by independent studio IMGN.PRO and is currently available for Windows PC & Mac, digitally via Steam and other major distribution platforms, retail boxed edition on selected territories. We will bring you any new information on Kholat as soon as it becomes available.
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