Kholat is free to mark 60th anniversary of Dyatlov Pass Incident
IMGN.PRO has revealed that they're marking the memory of the tragic event by making the game free this weekend on Steam.
Developer IMGN.PRO has revealed that they're marking the 60th anniversary of the mysterious Dyatlov Pass Incident by making their adventure game Kholat free for a short period, a game partly inspired by the real events that led to the unsolved deaths of nine hikers in the Ural Mountains of the former Soviet Union.
The studio says this is to "preserve memory of this tragic accident", and you can get the game for free starting from today at 10:00 PST (18:00 GMT) and until February 4. The regular price is £14.99 (€17.99/$19.99) in case you're interested, and it's a game many YouTubers have played in the past, including the likes of PewDiePie.