Holo X Break
Image via Kay Yu

Holocure Developer’s New Hololive Game is Holo X Break

Kay Yu, the primary developer of fan-made Survivors-like Holocure, announced a new Hololive game called Holo X Break that will feature Vtubers from the 5th and 6th generations in Japan. The developer also confirmed that update 0.7 for Holocure is still in development.

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Based on the screenshots and trailer, Holo X Break appears to be a side-scrolling beat-em-up in the vein of River City Girls, which developer Kay Yu worked on as a key animator. The developer’s other work credits include Mushoku Tensei, Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War, and Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp.

The game’s plot will follow the Hololive Vtuber agency’s Momosuzu Nene, Omaru Polka, Shishiro Botan, and Yukihana Lamy as they attempt to rescue the company’s CEO from Secret Society HoloX. While it is currently unknown what platform Holo X Break will release on, the previous game was only available for PC via Steam and Itch.io.

You can watch the trailer of the game in the tweet below, or catch the Japanese language trailer here.

Here are the first four screenshots from the new Hololive game that Kay Yu shared with us on social media:

Kay Yu’s previous game Holocure came to Steam in August, 2023, after approval from Hololive owner Cover Corp, alongside update 0.6. The developer also explained how to get save data from the previous version to transfer to the Steam version, for those who were already playing.

Holo X Break will launch sometime in March 2024, though platforms at this time are unknown. Holocure is immediately available through Steam and Itch.io.

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