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Holoearth
Game logo
Hololive video game
Developer(s)Cover Corporation
Platform(s)Microsoft Windows
EngineUnity
Release2024[1]
Genre(s)Sandbox, Open-world
Mode(s)Multiplayer
Websiteholoearth.com
TwitterHoloearth (Japanese) Holoearth (Japanese)
Holoearth (English) Holoearth (English)

Holoearth (stylized as Holoe△rth and HOLOEARTH) is a upcoming metaverse video game developed by Cover as one of the projects within Hololive Alternative. It is planned to release in 2024.[1]

Development[edit]

In October 2021, Holoearth was announced as one of the projects within Hololive Alternative.[2][3] A gameplay demo video was released on November 23, 2021.[4] The game is composed of 3 components: a sandbox game, a lobby system, and an avatar creation system.[3] English localization for the game is planned.[5][6]

A limited test of the lobby system on Windows was slated for March 14, 2022.[7] Japanese language registration for the test launch opened on March 11, 2022.[8] The test launch was comprised of the lobby system and ran from March 11, 2022 to April 6, 2022.[9] On November 24, 2022, the lobby system was released into beta.[10][11]

A "Simulation Room" is planned to be added in mid-December 2023 to test various game features including a early version of the Avatar Creator.[12]

Concerts[edit]

On December 26, 2022, a concert was held as a test for Holoearth infrastructure. The concert Protolive featured performances from Mori Calliope and AZKi.[13][14] A sequel concert, Protolive #2 〜Yamato Phantasia〜 is scheduled for July 15, 2023. The theme of Protolive 2 is the nation of Yamato, the Japan-inspired setting of the manga Yamato Phantasia. Featured artists include Shirakami Fubuki, Sakura Miko, Nakiri Ayame, and Ookami Mio.[15]

Gameplay[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 (May 12, 2023). Retrieved from https://contents.xj-storage.jp/xcontents/AS05169/62eb9a65/9e54/4a54/a729/213069140703/20230512160417786s.pdf
  2. (Oct. 20, 2021). Retrieved from https://alt.hololive.tv/news/203/
  3. 3.0 3.1 (Oct. 20, 2021). Retrieved from https://alt.hololive.tv/news/208/
  4. (Nov. 23, 2021). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V722bYH07P4
  5. (Mar. 11, 2022). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/Holoearth_EN/status/1502165650277470213
  6. (Nov. 21, 2022). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/Holoearth_EN/status/1594603447416164357
  7. (Feb. 3, 2021). Retrieved from https://alt.hololive.tv/news/243/
  8. (Feb. 17, 2021). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1362016055887978496
  9. (Apr. 6, 2022). Retrieved from https://holoearth.com/en/news/507/
  10. (Nov. 24, 2022). Retrieved from https://holoearth.com/en/news/529/
  11. (Nov. 21, 2022). Retrieved from https://holoearth.com/en/news/527/
  12. (Nov. 24, 2023). Retrieved from https://holoearth.com/en/news/1113/
  13. (Dec. 26, 2022). Retrieved from https://twitter.com/Holoearth_JP/status/1607327938034429952
  14. (Dec. 10, 2022). Retrieved from https://holoearth.com/news/86/
  15. (May 25, 2023). Retrieved from https://holoearth.com/en/news/537/