One of the most intriguing mysteries in history comes to life in IMGN.PRO's latest action-adventure horror game Kholat! Inspired by a true to life event known as the Dyatlov Pass Incident, in which nine skilled hikers' trip to the Ural Mountains ended up in fatality, with all the hikers having mysterious deaths causing countless unconfirmed hypothesis. Narrated by famous British actor Sean Bean, soundtrack by Mary Elizabeth Mcglynn (known for Silent Hills' soundtrack), and graphics powered by Unreal Engine 4, let your hunger for winter location horror games be gratified as you search for answers and stay alive in the hauntingly beautiful world of Kholat.
The Dyatlov Pass Incident happened in 1959 when nine skilled alpinists' trip to the northern part of Ural Mountains has gotten into an ill fated end. Each of the victims bore no external wounds, but rather serious internal injuries that cannot be figured out to what actually caused it. Investigations simply stated a “compelling unknown force” have killed the victims. Speculations of extraterrestrial attacks, vicious creatures, avalanche, military secret operations, and more surrounded the incident but none have ever been confirmed.
Delve back years after the actual incident and gather clues as you transverse the game's wide open world. A hauntingly stunning Ural Mountains with an atmosphere of anxiety and dread is perfectly created all throughout the game by a fear management system. It is responsible for dosing a precise amount of fear and uncertainty based on what the players is doing making every game a completely different experience. Discover mysterious creatures and exciting back stories as you try to unravel the secrets and controversies surrounding Kholat!
|Official Release Date||Jun 10, 2015|
|Average rating:||Too few reviews (min 3 reviews required)|
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This is a game for lovers of terror and suspense. The history is well worked and the possibility of wandering in an area with snowstorms is unique. The effects give the whole environment to not get up to finish it.
The only detail is that he would have designed it as an open world.
It is a good game. I just wish there were more stuff to do, but the story is very intriguing.
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