Begrudging acknowledgements, entropy-imprisoned flesh biscuits! Indie darling Hollow Knight team; erm, Team Cherry reveals for us a sequel to the impressively priced Hollow Knight they are calling Silksong. Can only put the link to trailer here instead of embed a youtube, so a wee little faith is required that it is what I claims it is...
And the official page for nosier types;
And the blog for people with noses on noses like some fractal Cronenburg
The team says;
Almost from the very start, Hornet's adventure was intended to take place in a new land, but as we dove in, it quickly became too large and too unique to stay a DLC, as initially planned. We do know that makes the wait a little longer, but we think the final, fresh world you'll get to explore is worth it.
Hollow Knight: Silksong will be available, at launch, on Windows, Mac, Linux & Nintendo Switch. More platforms may happen! Just remember, we're 3 people, already working rather hard, so we haven't committed to anything else just yet. We don't wanna collapse before we get this massive bug kingdom ready for you.
So no date specified yet, but trailer looks to promise more the same arthropodic stimulation.
Metro: Exodus is already out in the near future! However, reviews got there first, and so is the time to cautiously observe what numbers mean once more...
there's no pleasing PS4 players these days
Now in classic utilitarian democratic fashion, a review from highest, lowest and euro...uh, middle score to cover any particular confirmation bias you may be seeking;
Lowest: hah! Sorry, I meant...here 60.
Highest: blimey, this one's a 90!
Last but probably also least, the euro...uhh, middle score: Fuck knows
Hopefully that pleases almost everyone. If not, tell all in cutting abrasive comment form! Has any flesh biscuit any fleshy opinions on this informations? Thoughts on seeing Metro through to its (final?) conclusion? I suppose I should go back and actually try and complete Last Light this time, while hoping it doesn't glitch trap my save file as a barrier to progression again.