Team Cherry is hard at work on Hollow Knight: Silksong, the follow-up to the developer’s acclaimed action-adventure game. Eventually, there’ll come a time when the studio’s focus shifts to a different project entirely.
First one is such a GREAT GAME!
Yeah. Hopefully after the initial release Silksong will come to other platforms as well. Probably a Hades situation.
hopefully whats next is an actually good game
Did you not like Hollow Knight?
They will most likely add free updates for 1-2 years again, I wish them that Hollow Knight 2 becomes again a big success and maybe they can expand their "Hollow" Universe with a Kart game eventually
Lulz. I'm not sure if you're joking, but I'd buy that, along with Hollow Knight: Dancing All Night. That's a testament to just how much I love Hollow Knight. They should probably just stick to Metroidvanias though, because they clearly know how to make them. Free updates like with Hollow Knight will be amazing too, because that will give me reason to come back to the game. Of course, being a latecomer who was able to enjoy everything all at once with the first game, I guess it will be my time to join everyone in waiting for all the updates. I'm sure it will be worth it though.
I was joking ;)
I still need to replay the original game. I believe I got through the third Pantheon before giving up on the fourth, and I couldn't beat Radiance either, so I'm sitting at 111% completion, which is frustrating as heck, considering I did absolutely everything else, including getting the Hunter's Mark. I figure, I need to go back through and go the other route with the Grim Troupe, as much as I love the Child. But...I may not get to that before this sequel comes out, so I may as well just play this when it's available. Who knows, maybe doing so will be the kick I need to replay the first game. Silksong and The Binding of Isaac Repentance are sure to steal a lot of my time when they release, so I'd best prepare for that.
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