Kholat’s pre-orders start today on the Xbox Store!

Coming soon to Xbox One

A year after the PS4 launch, Kholat marks June 9th as its premiere for Xbox One owners. IMGN.PRO, the game’s developer and global publisher, has prepared a treat for players – the game is now available for pre-order on the Xbox Store!

The story told in Kholat is based on real-life events that took place on the Diatlov Pass over 58 years ago. The game – until now present only on PC and PS4 – will finally debut on Xbox One on June 9th. If you don’t want to miss it, pre-order the game today!

You can watch the official Xbox One teaser trailer below.

The Xbox One launch of Kholat is getting closer with each day, and IMGN.PRO has prepared a treat for all Microsoft’s current-gen console owners!

Kholat is a FPP storytelling / experience game with horror elements developed by independent studio IMGN.PRO and inspired by the true events of the “Dyatlov Pass incident”, which took the lives of nine Russian students who went on an expedition in the northern Ural Mountains. The team never reached its goal and the entire crew died in strange circumstances that have yet to be explained. The mystery has given rise to many theories and much speculation. In Kholat, gamers follow their own path, gradually sinking into the hostile environment. There is only one objective – to find out what happened. Everything is tied together by the fantastic narration by Sean Bean.

Kholat originally released on June 10th, 2015 on PC. On March 8th, 2016 the game launched on PS4, and it will be available on Xbox One on June 9th. The game has been brought to Xbox One in cooperation with BlitWorks.
More information about the game can be found on the official website kholat.com, Facebook and Twitter.

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Building trucks by day and gaming by night. Think I was born with a joystick in my hand ;) Started gaming on the ZX Spectrum+ in 1984 aged 9 years old and never looked back. Played on various formats from Atari ST, Snes, Megadrive, Saturn, Playstation, N64 and PC for 17 years. Currently game on the Xbox One