Team Cherry Teases Hollow Knight: Silksong with NPC Reveal

Team Cherry Teases Hollow Knight: Silksong with NPC Reveal

Developer Team Cherry behind upcoming Hollow Knight: Silksong reveal a new NPC that fans found from a series of riddles.

Team Cherry Teases Hollow Knight: Silksong with NPC Reveal

Fans are eager to know more about the follow up title, Hollow Knight Silksong which got a some new info this week on a brand new NPC coming with the game.

Last year, Silksong was revealed to be coming to Switch and PC which orginally started as a DLC, but soon the developers realised they had a whole new game on their hands with a new main character the Hornet.

The news introduces a new NPC called The Huntress described as a “towering old predator”. The Huntress was found from fans deciphering a series of Hollow Knight riddles that the game’s official Discord has put out to solve. One fan worked out the “huntress” password to access a zip file which contained an image of the new NPC.

This of course got shared to the Hollow Knight subreddit for all fans to enjoy, along with a description:

A towering old predator, awaiting her children to come. Though her attention is fixed on her task, she seems to know much about the waning state of Pharloom, scorning the Citadel above and the hapless pilgrims that make their ascent towards it.

The Huntress also already has a voice line which shares a bit more about this character:

Ssssppiiiderr, Your ssstench is strange yet similar… Have you come bearing the organs of others? Or would you offer your own? Gift your sshell’s warm insidess as ssweet feast for my brood’sss birth-meal?

Team Cherry haven’t revealed much else apart from the demo of gameplay that was shared at previous gaming events. But it’s great to see some lore behind the upcoming title.

If you want all the latest info as it releases be sure to drop by the Hollow Knight Silksong wiki.


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