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Forever Entertainment and MMEU are giving the Hollow IP another shot with a sequel. Arriving on Switch first, Hollow 2 launches this summer.

Here’s a new trailer for the game:

Forever Entertainment is bringing the sci-fi adventure game Hollow to Switch next week. On Twitter, the developer shared some new technical information.

Hollow will run at 30 frames per second in all play modes. When Switch is docked, the game will run at 720p. The resolution drops a bit to 600p in portable mode. Forever Entertainment says Hollow features “a lot of graphical effects”.


Forever Entertainment has confirmed that Hollow will be launching on Switch next week. The sci-fi horror title is scheduled for February 22 on the eShop.

Hollow involves exploring a derelict mining facility in orbit around Jupiter. The game features puzzles, gun gombat, and more.

Continue on below for additional information and a new Switch trailer for Hollow.

Hollow footage

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Hollow will be on Switch early next year. While we wait for the game, have a look at some early footage in the video below.

Forever Entertainment is currently porting the sci-fi horror game Hollow to Switch. On Twitter, the publisher offered a glimpse of the title running on Nintendo’s console.

Here’s the brief clip:

We have more on Hollow here. The game is without a release date for the time being.


Forever Entertainment released a new cinematic trailer for Hollow just in time for the Tokyo Game Show. The video is used to announce a release date on Steam, though the Switch version is coming at a later date. View today’s trailer below.

Forever Entertainment is quickly stacking up a pile of games for Switch. The company is already bringing Violett, Prodigy, and Frederic: Resurrection of Music to the console. On top of that, a new listing on the European eShop reveals a fourth game.

Hollow, a game made by MMEU that has players explore a derelict mining facility in orbit around Jupiter, will be on Switch in the future. You’ll solve puzzles, participate in gun combat, and more.

We’ve posted a lengthy introduction for Hollow below, along with a trailer.