Kholat (walking simulator) - (PC Steam) £2.69 with code at Fanatical
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Kholat (walking simulator) - (PC Steam) £2.69 with code at Fanatical

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Found 20th Dec 2017
While I've not played this myself yet I do find the subject matter interesting so am tempted at this price. Can't see it being much cheaper tomorrow but we'll see *gets ready to eat hat*

You'll need to use the WINTER10 code to get this price (extra 10% Off £2.99).

RECENT REVIEWS:
Very Positive - 83% of the 31 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.

ALL REVIEWS:
Mostly Positive - 70% of the 1,055 user reviews for this game are positive.

Steam price when posting: £14.99

About this game

Narrated by one of the most popular British actors, Sean Bean, Kholat is an exploration adventure game with elements of horror, inspired by a true event known as the Dyatlov Pass incident – a mysterious death of nine Russian hikers, which led to countless, unconfirmed hypotheses. The player will plunge directly into the boundless scenery of the inhospitable Ural Mountains with the task to find out what really happened. In the course of events, you may come across more speculations than expected...

Will you find the answer?
Will you get any closer to the truth?
Will you survive?

Dyatlov Pass incident was a real story that happened in winter of 1959. Nine skilled alpinists went for a trip to the northern part of Ural Mountains, which ended fatally. Bodies of expedition's crew were found scattered on slope of Kholat Syakhl.

Russian investigators closed the case stating that "a compelling unknown force" had caused the deaths.

More information about Dyatlov Pass Incident can be found at:
en.wikipedia.org/wik…ent

Key Features:

Self made story inspired by true events
Main storyline and a lot of background plot to be discovered by players
Non-linear open world
In-game navigation by map and compass
Powered by Unreal Engine 4
Challenging exploration
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8 Comments
I got it from the evil Kinguin the other day for £1.17 including fees.


kinguin.net/cat…ey/
Original Poster
Muig197213 m ago

I got it from the evil Kinguin the other day for £1.17 including fees. …I got it from the evil Kinguin the other day for £1.17 including fees. https://www.kinguin.net/category/17396/kholat-steam-cd-key/


I've never had a problem with Kinguin myself but have heard the horror stories

Have you got round to playing it yet? Any good @Muig1972 ?
Narrated by the legend that is Sean Bean, sold!
parasitemol11 m ago

I've never had a problem with Kinguin myself but have heard the horror …I've never had a problem with Kinguin myself but have heard the horror stories Have you got round to playing it yet? Any good @Muig1972 ?


It's my first walking simulator- I've had a couple of short goes of it, and I'm rather enjoying it. It's mostly about the bleak, wintry atmosphere: so far the gameplay has solely consisted of trying to navigate with a map and compass.
I quite enjoyed this, it does drag a bit eventually but easily worth your money at this price heated
I'm signed up for sale price emails for a lot of games with IsThereAnyDeal, and this is by far the one I get the most alerts for :).
Magic.Walrus11 h, 25 m ago

Narrated by the legend that is Sean Bean, sold!



Aye, the reason I bought it ages ago! Still haven't got round to playing it yet...
parasitemol20th Dec 2017

I've never had a problem with Kinguin myself but have heard the horror …I've never had a problem with Kinguin myself but have heard the horror stories Have you got round to playing it yet? Any good @Muig1972 ?


The problem with Kinguin (and some other similar sites) is that the origin of the game keys sold on there is very questionable eg. Sold are purchased from poorer countries for much less money then re-sold in the UK, USA, Europe etc (sometimes the only way to activate these is with a VPN), some of the game keys get purchased by the shed loads with fake credit/debit card information or use legit cards and then charge back en masse. It's one of the reasons why game developers (especially indie devs) are almost always vocal about their distaste of those sites.
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