Holmgang: Memories of the Forgotten Hits Kickstarter

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

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In a livestream hosted on their Twitch.tv channel today Zerouno Games showed off a bit of their upcoming game, Holmgang: Memories of the Forgotten. They also briefly discussed their Kickstarter campaign which aims to raise the funds needed to finish the game and make it as polished as possible.


Holmgang: Memories of the Forgotten will be a 3D hack n’ slash with some RPG elements and a focus on story. It will feature three characters, each with a unique play style and skill tree, as well as the ability for the player to make their own custom combos. The player will also be tasked with various quests and environmental puzzles as they explore the world of Dracorum, a world ravaged by demons lead by an evil emperor who wishes to conquer it. You can checkout the trailer below for a glimpse of Holmgang.



Through their Kickstarter they hope to raise at least $45,000 USD, and are currently sitting at $2,359 as of this article, with 28 days remaining. There’s also a demo available on Steam you should checkout if you’re curious, and there are also more planned livestreams over on Twitch. Starting at a pledge of $15, you will receive a digital copy of the game. Zerouno Games hope to bring Holmgang: Memories of the Forgotten to PC and all major consoles sometime in 2021.

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