Hello Neighbor, The Game About Sneaking Into Your Neighbor's House, Debuts New Alpha Update
New content and more now available in Hello Neighbor on Steam.
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An updated version of the alpha test for Hello Neighbor, an unusual new stealth/horror game from TinyBuild, is now available.
As TinyBuild puts it, Hello Neighbor is a "game about sneaking into your neighbor's house to figure out what horrible secrets he's hiding in the basement." It's a single-player experience where you'll repeatedly try to break in, with the game adjusting to your tendencies from attempt to attempt. Examples of this include installing cameras near the front door if that's your path of your choice, or placing a trap in front of a window you've used before.
This update "sheds light on how the final game will be structured" and introduces "lots" of new content. Those who have purchased $30 Early Alpha Access (which gets you each alpha and the full game, once it's released) should receive an update to Alpha 4 through Steam today.
Alternatively, you can still try out an earlier version by registering for free on the Hello Neighbor website. Just bear in mind, with this being an alpha, TinyBuild advises players that they're likely to encounter glitches and crashes.
A release date for Hello Neighbor has not yet been locked in, but it's due out sometime this summer. You can check out new trailers for it above and below.
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