Released by a few gamers since its release in 2017, the lollow Hollow Knight had known how to appropriate the genre’s codes, but mostly from Metroidvania to reinterpret them in its own way. From then on, a continuation at the turn was obviously to be expected.
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The developers of Team Cherry had therefore fulfilled the wishes of many challenging adventurers by formalizing Hollow Knight: Silksong on the day of the most complicated celebration of the calendar, not without indicating that the talented Christopher Larkin would be back in the composition.
It will be decided, Cherry
Little has been said about this long-awaited sequel since then, however, until the beautiful Hornet gracefully occupies the cover of the latest issue of Edge magazine. What if the players who found the first episode weren’t very welcoming at first? (and yours is really one of them) are now reassured to know that Silksong already promises to be more accessible, the mystery still hangs over its release.
Fortunately, someone is always on the forums from ResetEra overseeing said Team Cherry’s discord, and so it isWe hear from Marketing Manager Matthew Griffin that the wait could soon be over ::
You could say that we’ve finished all of the game’s content and we’re in the final testing phase. But that still doesn’t say anything about a possible release date.
Any resemblance to a more or less cybernetic melodrama would obviously be all that there is more chance, after all, me. In the meantime, there’s still a good chance Hollow Knight: Silksong will come and bite us on PC and Switch in 2021 if the Cherry team is careful not to move forward at any point.