Sci-Fi Horror Title ‘Hollow’ Coming To Nintendo Switch

Forever Entertainment is becoming one of the most regularly mentioned publishers surrounding the Nintendo Switch at the moment, with a whole selection of games – such as Prodigy and Violett – already promised for the console. Now we have news of yet another release; Hollow.

Hollow is a sci-fi horror game in which you explore a derelict mining facility in orbit around Jupiter. Developed by MMEU, it features open battles, the ability to use the environment to your advantage, puzzles, and “in-your-face” gun combat. Sounds intriguing, don’t you think?

Taking on the familiar ‘AAA game’ set-up of dramatic visuals with a melancholy, female-led pop song, here is a Nintendo Switch version trailer for the game thanks to Nintendo Everything;



Should you be interested, the publisher has also posted this 20 minute long gameplay trailer of the PC version on their YouTube channel. Naturally with the game being a horror, there are some scenes which may not be suitable for a younger audience.

This could be a very exciting title for the Nintendo Switch, adding to the relatively short list of horror games currently available on the system. Does Hollow seem like a game you might be interested in? Let us know!

  • Vortex Spinner

    Oh yes! Very excited for this one. Bought a ‘Switch’ primarily for “DOOM” Wasn’t a ‘Zelda’ follower, but was looking for an excuse to buy a Nintendo Switch anyway, due to it’s portability, then came Doom. Wow!
    Any FPS is welcome in my opinion, the ‘Switch’ need’s to be aimed towards the older gamer. These style of games succeed in that task. “Hollow” looks very, very nice. I have heard that ‘Wolfenstein’ is due out as well for the Switch. A very exciting time to own one, in my opinion.
    And to be quite honest, it’s about bloody time. Maybe the ‘Switch’ will get the support now that the WiiU should have had when it was launched.
    Roll on “Metroid” can’t wait for that one either. Now Nintendo’s little console should do very, very well, and not just for ‘Zelda’ or ‘Mario’.