Red Art Games releases a boxed Switch version of Kholat, limited to 2,800 copies
Kholat, polish developer IMGN.PRO’s eerie survival horror title, inspired by the events of the tragic 1959 Dyatlov Pass Incident, has received a limited Switch physical release courtesy of Red Art Games.
Priced at €29.99, the boxed version of the game is limited to just 2800 copies worldwide.
“We are very proud to announce the physical version of Kholat on Nintendo Switch – one of the best titles to usher in the new school term!” said Michael Binkowski – CEO of Red Art Games in a press release announcing the game’s launch on the Red Art Games storefront.
You can purchase the limited retail version here.
Originally released on the PC in 2015 and later ported to the PS4 and Xbox One, the game has sold a combined 700,000 units across 3.5M users to make it one of the most popular indie horror games available. Featuring a story narrated by Sean Bean, the game throws players in the perilous Ural Mountains to uncover the secret of the Soviet-era tragedy as you follow the footsteps of the nine ill-fated Russian college students who mysteriously perished on Kholat Syakhl or “Dead Mountain” in the native Mansi language.
You can find the game’s launch trailer below:
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