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Kholat Launches Today with New Atmospheric Trailer and Screens

IMGN.PRO’s Kholat is launching today, so a new Sean Bean narrated trailer and atmospheric screenshots have been released in celebration.

Kholat is a FPP exploration adventure game with a high dose of creepiness. It’s actually inspired by the true life “Dyatlov Pass Incident.” You will lead an expedition to the Ural Mountains to figure out why a group of Russian students went missing due to mysterious circumstances.

Head on up above to watch the trailer, and down below to view the screenshots and an official synopsis of the game.

Kholat will be available on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/343710/ and GOG: http://www.gog.com/game/kholat as well as on other major digital distribution platforms and directly on developer’s website: http://buy.kholat.com where gamers will be able to buy it for 19.99 USD (17.99 EUR). But to celebrate the launch a 10% discunt will be available so don’t wait and purchase your copy today!

About Kholat

Kholat is a FPP storytelling/experience game, developed by an independent studio IMGN.PRO and inspired by true events known as the “Dyatlov Pass Incident”. We follow the path of a group of Russian students, that went for an expedition in the northern Ural Mountains. The team does not reach its goal and the entire crew dies in mysterious circumstances.

The rescue expedition is being sent. They find the tent, which is cut from the inside. Students bodies, incompletely dressed, are found within a radius of several hundred meters. Everything points to some kind of event, that caused sudden panic, which led to the tragic, chaotic escape. In most cases, death occurs as a result of chilling, but some bodies have other strange damage signs. The player is thrown into the area where the tragedy occurred, years after the actual event, with a chance to discover the real course of tragic events.

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