Hello Neighbor Halloween Trailer

Posted on 25 Oct 2017

Indie house invading stealth game, Hello Neighbor has a shiny new trailer that you can watch above. There’s nothing particularly new in it but it does get a bit horrifying towards the end, you have been warned. The game’s set to launch on 8 December 2017 and is currently in early access and has been the subject of a lot of fan theories and speculation about just what’s going on in the weird, totally up to building codes, abode of the angry neighbor.

Check out the press release below for more info.

Official Press Release

New Hello Neighbor Halloween Trailer Is Here

It’s finally here! The new trailer for Hello Neighbor. All of its footage was captured from a Release Candidate build, meaning “it’s all from the final game”. We’re still working on a couple of lose ends and quality assurance, and December 8th is looking pretty good!

About Hello Neighbor

Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game about sneaking into your creepy neighbor’s house to figure out what he’s hiding in the basement. You play against the Neighbor’s advanced AI that counters the player’s every move. The game took the internet by storm with its Pixar-like esthetics and an unconventional approach to Early Access.

Early Access: the story so far

We revealed Hello Neighbor a year ago at TwitchCon. Soon after we released a Pre-Alpha build, available for free to everyone. That barebones build caught the attention of gamers and influencers, spiraling into a wave of videos and conspiracy theories.

It wasn’t really possible to do a traditional Early Access model where you build upon a single build. That’d ruin story surprises, and get boring quickly. Instead, we decided to start sharing in-development Alphas and Betas of Hello Neighbor. These are separate builds with variations of the house, the AI’s behavior, and puzzles. Everyone who pre-purchases the game on Steam gets access to all of these.

Today anyone can download the most popular build Alpha 2, for free on HelloNeighborGame.com

So far there’s been over a billion views on Hello Neighbor videos on Youtube, including music videos and a live action musical.

I wrote a detailed post about what fans get with “Early Alpha Access” as I used to call it. It was extremely amusing to watch channels like Game Theory dive really deep to figure out what’s going on in Hello Neighbor.

It’s been an exciting ride, and we’re ramping up for the launch on December 8. Oh, there also might be a completely unexpected build on Friday.


Alex Nichiporchik

Producer #HelloNeighbor


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