Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Hollow Knight Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Critically-acclaimed 2D Metroidvania adventure Hollow Knight from Team Cherry is arriving on PS4 and Xbox One.

After making a successful debut over Linux, Mac, PC and later on Nintendo Switch with critical acclaim that major AAA titles will envy for, 2D Metroidvania action-adventure game Hollow Knight is finally coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition.

So, now players on consoles can get into the experience of the title and realize what made it so great. Today, developer/publisher Team Cherry has announced the version to release on September 25, 2018.

Hollow Knight Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

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Below is the Voidheart Edition trailer showcasing what you are getting into when the title eventually launches on consoles.




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The Voidheart Edition will have the original base game, which takes you fighting battle against 40 boss characters and face over 150 enemies throughout the action-adventure journey it is based on. Then there are 4 expansion packs; Hidden Dreams, The Grimm Troupe, Lifeblood and Godmaster.

These will add more quests to the game, bring new bosses and grant your hero unique abilities to play for hours. The best part is that you are only two weeks away from getting your hands on it.


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Pre-orders will be open from September 14 and PlayStation Plus members can enjoy a 20% discount on their digital purchase to celebrate the occasion. When the game made its Switch debut, it was priced $15 only including four content packs and sold more than 250,000 copies within two weeks time.

Since no price was announced for Voidheart Edition yet, we can guess that the game will probably cost the same amount for PS4 and Xbox One when released.

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With Hollow Knight, Team Cherry studio has done an amazing job and their effort throughout entire development process and crowdfunding from Kickstarter all came into full fruition as soon as the reviews started to roll in as generally favorable.

So, hold your horses for a while now, until you get the chance to jump into a world of insects and heroes and see for yourself that what made the game so good.