'Hollow Knight' 2017: Finally Available to Nintendo Switch; Wii U To No Avail; Details Here
Team Cherry has just announced that latter's much awaited game "Hallow Knight" will be available on Nintendo Switch. The developer has had a long conversation with Nintendo and so the developer is proudly announcing that said game being available on Nintendo Switch is final.
"Hallow Knight" is a 2D action-adventure that allows a player explore caverns that are twisted, "battle tainted creatures and escape intricate caps which all to solve an ancient long-hidden history." Its caverns have bizarre tainted creatures.
Finally hooked up my new Steam Link to try Hollow Knight on my tv... I don't know if I can go back to my pc after this! pic.twitter.com/9XGz0RT1DG
— Leth (@griffinmatta) January 5, 2017
#Nintendo #Game #Reddit #Livebroadcasting Hollow Knight releasing on Switch! (instead of Wiiu) r/nintendo https://t.co/GDPMgR2QmI — Edward Benjamin (@PhilcamEdward) January 21, 2017
Some Key Features
The game's descriptions, lore and dialogue are getting translations with over 37,000 words of the game's script. The words are currently converted into German and French but the developer is also looking for possibilities for a Spanish translation.
Team Cherry also adjusted the level of difficulty as to the slash. The latter has been growing.
What's even more exciting is that Team Cherry has created "Hallow Knight" to have more enemies with more enemies as compared to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. It has a final tally of 149 2D animated-enemies, as Press Start added.
The game will be initially released first on Windows, followed by Mac. Linux will then follow through. But the specific date s to it release hasn't been confirmed yet.
But despite these good news, the game will not be released on Wii U, as confirmed by the developers official website, Team Cherry. Furthermore, it was stated that Wii U has been hampered as there were several technical challenges that the developer has been facing.
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