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The Path trailer is the first one showing the exact Kholat gameplay. Please note that it’s still pre-alpha build and it doesn’t represent the quality of a finished game. Cavern shown on the video is one of many locations from the big, open world of Kholat.

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IMGN.PRO is pleased to announce Kholat - The Path, gameplay trailer!

The Pathtrailer is the first one showing the exact Kholat gameplay. Please note that it's still pre-alpha build and it doesn't represent the quality of a finished game. Cavern shown on the video is one of many locations from the big, open world of Kholat.

Music composed and performed by Arkadiusz Reikowski.

Kholat is a FPP storytelling / experience game, developed by independent studio IMGN.PRO, 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, 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. 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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Mrmoseley
Mrmoseley

Really diggin' the concept, "Dyatlov Pass incident" one of the worlds foremost unexplained mysteries. Even if this is pre-alpha the attention to detail is quite life like and the audio really brings it home. This being an open world leaves a lot to look forward to. Great job so far, keep it in the details and this should turn into something special. If you haven't checked it yet "Devil's Pass" 2013 found footage Film shot strait in the vain of this concept while not so awe inspiring might set the tone for whats being created here.

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gogolino
gogolino

Niiice... Waiting for more...

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